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Rules of word stress

HERE are some of the rules of word stress. There are exceptions to the rules, so please refer to a dictionary if you are not sure whether you are stressing a word correctly or not.

World

Gene plays role in risk for trauma stress disorder

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A gene that helps regulate the body's response to stress can make certain people more apt to develop post-traumatic stress disorder than others exposed to similar trauma, researchers said on Tuesday.

World

Daily stress may stop breast cancer - study

LONDON (Reuters) - Women with high levels of stress in their everyday lives are at less risk than others of developing breast cancer for the first time, according to research in the British Medical Journal published on Friday.

Nation

Too many teens suffering from stress

PETALING JAYA: A national survey has revealed that Malaysians aged 13 to 17 are critically suffering from mental health problems.

Business

Bank analysts to face real and imagined stress on Thursday

NEW YORK: Wall Street analysts who cover big banks will endure a long night on Thursday, when a barrage of data will show how well the largest US financial institutions can stand up under stress.

Health

Manage stress

Here are some tips to counter and reduce stress for a more well-balanced life.

Lifestyle

Word stress quick test

HERE#8217;S a quick test on placement of word stress. Try it, then use your dictionary to check if you were right!

Lifestyle

Messed up by stress

SEVERE stress can permanently affect an adolescent's brain, causing changes in an area important for learning and memory.

Business

Fed to test six big U.S. banks for Euro stress

NEW YORK (Reuters) - The U.S. Federal Reserve plans to stress test six large U.S. banks against a hypothetical market shock, including a deterioration of the European debt crisis, as part of an annual review of bank health.

Business

Bank stress tests need to pass test of confidence

IT is with relief that most banks in the European Union (EU) have passed the stress tests except for a handful.