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High To Moderate Levels Of Stress Lead To Higher Mortality Rate

A new study concludes that men who experience persistently moderate or high levels of stressful life events over a number of years have a 50 percent higher mortality rate.

In general, the researchers found only a few protective factors against these higher levels of stress – people who self-reported that they had good health tended to live longer and married men also fared better. Moderate drinkers also lived longer than non-drinkers.
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In the News:
The Atlantic, November 3, 2011
DoctorsLounge, October 28, 2011

MSN Health, October 28, 2011

KVAL, October 27, 2011

Medical News Today, October 23, 2011

UPI, October 21, 2011
KLCC, October 21, 2011
Earth Times, October 21, 2011
TruthDive, October 21, 2011
Arab Emirates, October 21, 2011
Ohio Standard, October 21, 2011
Toronto Sun, October 20, 2011
Health Canal, October 20, 2011

Faculty in this piece:
Carolyn Aldwin