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Caregivers of partners with dementia are at increased risk of dementia themselves Not rated yet
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Researchers at University of Rochester Medical Center found that chronic job stress and deficit of exercise could lead to obesity. The study also revealed …

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According to the APA poll of over 2,000 adults conducted online by Harris Interactive in early March, fewer than one in five adults (16 percent) reported …

stress anxiety and depression are the three most common difficulties Not rated yet
According to a British survey, stress, anxiety and depression are the most common difficulties faced by people in Britain. According to the charity …

Depression raises the stress hormone - which could lead to obesity in girls Not rated yet
In a study recently published in the Journal of Adolescent Health, it was found the the stress hormone cortisol is raised in depression. The findings …

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