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Benefits of Taking Your Dog to Work May Not Be Far-Fetched
Science & Tech  (tags: goodnews, dogs, workplace, stress, reducer, study, Health Management )

Barb
- 2632 days ago - sciencedaily.com
Stress is a major contributor to employee absenteeism, morale and burnout and results in significant loss of productivity and resources. But a preliminary study, published in the March issue of the International Journal of Workplace Health Management....
Maternal Separation Stresses the Baby, Research Finds
Science & Tech  (tags: society, health, maternal, stress )

Suzane
- 2783 days ago - sciencedaily.com
A woman goes into labor, and gives birth. The newborn is swaddled and placed to sleep in a nearby bassinet, or taken to the hospital nursery so that the mother can rest.
Warning - Facebook Stresses You Out
Science & Tech  (tags: facebook, stress, anxiety, social networks, friends, family, social, activities, networking, social obligations, psychological, effects, psychological effects, friend requests, entertainment, lifestyle, mind-body-spirit )

Audrey
- 3040 days ago - dailytelegraph.com.au
Be it for entertainment, social interaction or for a very good cause, Facebook can have its own psychological effects. Do you suffer from Facebook stress?
Human Body : Pushing The Limits - Brain Power( Part 1 of 4 ) ~ MUST SEE   video
Science & Tech  (tags: human brain, data, emergency response, fight or flight, research, design, GeneticEngineering, health, investigation, medicine, NewTechnology, science, adrenoline, blood diverted, life, death, stress )

Gregory
- 3958 days ago - youtube.com
Our brains can slow down time, tell us when to consume our own calories, give us superhuman abilities under stress. The video is owned by Discovery Channel and this is only for educational and entertainment purposes.
Understanding the Have-Knots: The Role of Stress in Just About Everything
Science & Tech  (tags: research, science, study, discovery, humans, health, stress, disease, psychology, medicine, neuroscience )

J.
- 4178 days ago - psychologicalscience.org
A new study,crossing the disciplines of psychology,medicine,neuroscience,& genetics,now reveals that stress causes deterioration in everything from your gums to your heart & can make you more susceptible to everything from the common cold to cancer.
Why Bad Memories Stick
Science & Tech  (tags: brain, stress, memories, hormone, norepinephrine, humans )

Eduardo
- 4273 days ago - webmd.com
Stressful events can create bad memories that are hard to forget. Stress hormone norepinephrine tweaks a certain type of chemical receptor, GluR1, in the brain . As a result, the brain lowers its threshold for learning, making it easier to make memories.
   

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