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Videoconferencing linked to reduced stress for some hospitalised kids

The ability to videochat with family and friends might help relieve stress among some hospitalised kids, according to a new study.


Wider stress tests coverage in China

BEIJING: Chinese regulators have called for stress tests on loans to a wide range of industries, including cement and steel, whose fortunes are closely tied to the property market, the official i>Shanghai Securities News /i>reported yesterday.


Greece to put off bank stress tests until next month

ATHENS: Greece's central bank said yesterday it decided this summer to postpone bank stress tests planned for autumn because they would fall too close to EU-wide tests conducted in July and likely add no new information.


Expo educates college students on overcoming stress

A GROUP of hotel management students from Kolej Tunku Abdul Rahman organised an event to benefit their college mates well-being.


9/11 stress increased risk of heart problems - study

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Stress brought on by the Sept. 11 attacks in New York and Washington in 2001 led to heart problems for some Americans, even if they had no personal connection to the events, a study released on Monday found.


Entrepreneurs and the dreaded ‘S’ word Do business owners deal with stress differently?

THE word ‘stress’ is a bit overused these days”, I remarked to a colleague recently.

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‘Contagious’ adult stress may spread to kids

PARENTS, teachers and carers should be aware of their mental health as stress can also affect children under their care.


Beating stress in the digital age

Meditating these days is as easy and quick as a swipe on your handphone.


Regus: 70% M'sian workers see increase in stress-related illnesses

KUALA LUMPUR: Regus, a global workplace provider, said nearly 70% of Malaysian workers were seeing more stress-related illness since the global economic downturn.


Stress worsens ovarian cancer

Stress causes ovarian cancer tumours to grow and spread more quickly in mice, US researchers reported in a study that provides one of the first biological links between stress and cancer.