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Too Many Stressful Relationships Can Actually Kill You

We’ve all thought at one point or another that life is too short to maintain a relationship with a toxic person, and there might be some real truth to this.

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What Are the Most Stressful Jobs in 2013?

If going to work means you run the risk of developing an ulcer or biting your nails until there's only cuticle left, congrats -- you may have one of the most stressful jobs in America.

But is it the most stressful?

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Stressed at Work? It’s Probably Your Parents’ Fault

It might be easy to blame your boss for all the work-related stress and high anxiety coursing through your veins, but a new study suggests that you might want to start pointing the finger at your family instead.

Well, sort of. Scientists have found that genetics play a significant role in how you react to your work environment.

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Majority of US Employees Experience Work-Related Stress

Stressed out about your job? You’re not alone. A new survey of US employees finds nearly three-quarters of them experience at least one of a variety of workplace-related worries.

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It’s True — We Really Are More Stressed Out Now Than We Were 25 Years Ago

In the first-ever historical comparison of stress levels across the US, researchers have now determined what many of us have suspected: adults are a lot more stressed out now than they were just 25 years ago.

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Can You Catch a Cold from Being Stressed Out?

Doctors have long thought that stress exacerbates the symptoms of many auto-immune diseases, and now they’ve found evidence linking it to the common cold, as well.

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Stress Hormone ‘Switch’ Could Improve Some Neurological Disorders

In reaction to a threat, our brains set off a chain of biochemical reactions that result in the release of cortisol — the body’s stress hormone — from the adrenal glands.

Researchers have now discovered a switch in the brain for regulating this process, which could hold great promise for people suffering from stress-related neurological disorders.

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Men and Women Cite Different Life Stressors

A new study reveals that although stress is a normal part of everyday life, what men and women find most emotionally-taxing can be very different.

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Is Your Smartphone Actually Adding to Your Stress?

Those of us who assumed technology would make our lives simpler might want to think again: a new study finds a link between smartphone usage and stress levels.

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Dreaming Away Your Stress May Actually Work — Health Check

While brain activity during sleep is still largely a mystery, scientists have discovered that dreaming not only consolidates our memories and helps us learn, it may also soothe stressful reactions to bad experiences.

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