Managing Stress

  1. Anger Can Raise Cholesterol Levels

    There's evidence that people who respond rigidly to anger-provoking events are likely to wind up with significantly elevated levels of heart-damaging cholesterol.

  2. How to Fight Stress-Related Diseases

    No one can avoid all stress -- and a certain amount actually is good for you. But it's always best to keep unhealthy levels in check when possible.

  3. Stress Can Increase Your Risk of Heart Disease

    Mental stress does more than diminish your sense of well-being. It also can increase your risk for heart disease.

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