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(Psych Central News) Stress is difficult to measure and compare as perception of stress can differ. New research suggests perceptions of* life stress may serve as a proxy for cardiac health. In the new investigation, researchers combined six studies of nearly 120,000 people for a meta-analysis. From this review, they discovered an individual’s perception of stress may help [...]

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