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5 Tips to Manage Stress for Teens During Senior Year [Teen Stress Article] by Vanessa Van Petten Patient Expert Posted Sat 31 Oct 2009 11:00pm Laura is a 17-year-old from Ontario, Canada. She enjoys reading, traveling, and music. In her free time, she loves watching Friends reruns. Essays! Presentations! Assignments! Tests! Deadlines! High school is stressful. Each year, we are presented with new challenges which we must overcome. Each week is filled with homework that can somet ... Read on »
Time Management & Stress Articles at by Dr. Elisabeth Kuhn Doctor of Philosophy Posted Fri 27 Mar 2009 9:35am I’ve been stretching the definition of Self Help Blog a bit again, what with plastering that cute little banner ad all over the place: But I have to admit, I just love that banner, the one with the woman looking so happy and joyful as money rains down on her. I want to look at that picture OFTEN, and if I could have it blown up and put it ... Read on »
Scans show heightened activity in brains of soldiers with post-traumatic stress Article by Untreatable .. Patient Expert Posted Fri 03 Apr 2009 11:12pm TORONTO - New research is shining a light on differences in the brains of soldiers with post-traumatic stress disorder when compared to soldiers who return from combat without the condition. The work could some day lead to the use of brain scans to help diagnose PTSD, to tailor treatment or even identify people who might be at risk of dev ... Read on »
A battle plan for workplace stress — article by Scott Keith by Scott Keith Patient Expert Posted Mon 19 Apr 2010 12:05am April is National Stress Awareness Month. What better time to remind ourselves that stress can affect your performance at work. Sure, it would be nice if you could break away from your cubicle at a moment’s notice, pump a little iron to relieve anxiety, then return to your office computer feeling as fresh as a coastal breeze. But that’s not fea ... Read on »
An organization of vets hopes to increase public awareness of post traumatic stress — article by Scott Keith by Scott Keith Patient Expert Posted Sat 18 Dec 2010 8:55pm A Maui, Hawaii music producer is on a nation-wide mission to raise awareness of a debilitating condition that can strike men and women who serve or have served in our military. Gresford Lewishall is vice president of Stay Strong Nation, a group of volunteers dedicated to helping servicemen and women cope with post-traumatic stress and tra ... Read on »
“Stress Less, Weigh Less,” by Holly Mosier, focuses on stress management -- article by Scott Keith by Scott Keith Patient Expert Posted Sat 10 Sep 2011 10:17pm If you’re still overweight, as you wrap up summer 2011, consider a new book by former actress and trial lawyer Holly Mosier. In Stress Less, Weigh Less (Greenleaf Book Group Press, 2011, $21.95), you’ll learn that stress management is a key aspect of any successful exercise-nutrition program. Mosier, in an interview with Men and Health: It’ ... Read on »
Guest Post – Bob Livingstone, Do ‘Stress Can Kill You’ Articles Cause You to Worry More? by Len S. Patient Expert Posted Mon 22 Oct 2012 8:48am Do ‘Stress can Kill You’ Articles cause You to Worry More? How to Deal with Stress without being Freaked Out. You are interested in reading articles about stress, but you have the same experience each time you read a story on this topic. The article provides new research of how stress can shorten your life, interfere with your immune syst ... Read on »
Divorce: 5 Ways to Deal with the Stress [Teen Article] by Vanessa Van Petten Patient Expert Posted Tue 23 Jun 2009 4:47pm Sofia is a 16-year-old from Los Angeles, CA.  She loves the beach, shopping, and enjoys studying psychology because she would like to become a psychologist when she is older. According to, 50% of marriages in America end in divorce.  Even worse, the impact is usually the hardest on the kids.  How should I know? I’m on ... Read on »
Reiki is a way to combat stress and pain — article by Scott Keith by Scott Keith Patient Expert Posted Mon 03 Jan 2011 3:05am It’s easy to get swallowed up in our high-paced culture. In this world of computers, cell phones, Blackberries and iPads, stress hits. As they say, it’s not stress (we all feel stress), but how we handle stress. Do we need therapists? Can medication help with stress, anxiety and depression? It is comforting to know there are many treatments ava ... Read on »
New Town, New School: How Parents Can Ease the Stress of Transition [Teen Article] by Vanessa Van Petten Patient Expert Posted Tue 20 Oct 2009 10:00pm Dana is a 15-year-old from Scarsdale, NY. She enjoys reading, playing tennis, and watching Friends.             Some teens have spent their whole lives in their hometown; it’s where they took their first steps, learned to tie their shoes, and learned to ride a bike. Other teens have lived in two, three, or maybe even as many as seven diffe ... Read on »