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Stress is good? Study says curbs cancer in mice

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Some stress can be good for the body, helping fight off cancer, researchers reported on Thursday.


EU: 2011 bank stress tests to be tougher than 2010

BRUSSELS: Upcoming stress tests on banks will be harsher than last year's, the European Union's bank regulator said Friday, although important elements of the exercise deemed crucial to the region's crisis strategy remain undecided.


Euro banks to face ‘credible’ stress tests

LONDON: Europe's banks face more stress tests that are designed to be more 'credible' than the previous assessments last year that mostly gave them a clean bill of health, European Union (EU) authorities said yesterday.


Women more prone to stress

More women than men have mental breakdowns due to stress, according to mental health experts.


Stress among teachers to be studied

Mental stress is on the rise among teachers, and the National Union of the Teaching Profession (NUTP) wants to know why.


Transcendental meditation good for stress - study

CHICAGO (Reuters) - Practicing transcendental medicine not only mellows the mind but may also calm the body's damaging responses to stress that leads to heart disease and diabetes, researchers said on Monday.


Bank of America's stock soars after passing stress test

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Bank of America Corp shares on Wednesday hit their highest level in seven months after a Federal Reserve stress test affirmed one of the more troubled U.S. banks had made progress in improving its capital levels.


Citi, MetLife surprise with stress test failures

BOSTON (Reuters) - Citigroup and MetLife led a list of financial institutions that failed the Federal Reserve's latest round of stress testing Tuesday, a shock result for two companies that were widely expected to return billions of dollars in extra capital to shareholders soon.


Educating the public about stress

ROMPIN: The Human Resources Ministry will rope in experts to define “stress” as an emerging occupation hazard before embarking on measures to counter the “illness.”


A wearable that reduces stress?

A recent study has led to the development of a new wearable which claims to calm stress and anxiety.