boutron has joined with the Mom Congress Coalition of nonprofit organizations focused on maternal and child health, to create this survey on the issues of most concern to U.S. mothers.
No matter what kind of stress, learn how to cope.
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Stress and anxiety are used interchangeably but there is a difference between them.
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Studies done at the University of California, Berkeley, have found that acknowledging a blue mood—and not berating yourself for it—can help you work through it more easily.
Stressful experiences in middle age are associated with greater memory loss among women later in life. But this link isn’t found in men, according to a new study.
The many changes that come with midlife can make stress particularly bothersome, but there are ways you can get stress under control.
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