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Mini-series: September 2012 Archives

Stress, Part 5: stress and social status (and teens)

Well-stressed.jpgIt's time for Part 5 of our series on stress - how we figure out what stresses us and what we can do about chronic stress.

Dr Sonia Lupien is the founder and director of the Centre for Studies on Human Stress in Montreal, which combines research with public outreach.

Dr Lupien is also a professor of psychiatry at the Université de Montreal. Her latest book is called "Well Stressed: Manage Stress Before It Turns Toxic."

This week, Dr Lupien will take a look at our how our social status - particularly in the case of teenagers - affects our stress levels.


 

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Stress Part 4: chronic stress

Well-stressed.jpgThis week, Dr.Sonia Lupien looks at how we figure out what stresses us and what we can do about chronic stress.

Dr. Lupien is the founder and director of the Centre for Studies on Human Stress in Montreal, which combines research with public outreach. Dr Lupien is also a professor of psychiatry at the Université de Montreal. Her new book is called "Well Stressed: Manage Stress Before It Turns Toxic."

Dr. Lupien examines our stress profile; how we as individuals react to stress and whether men or women react more strongly to stress.

 
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Stress, Part 3: stress and our brains

Well-stressed.jpgPart 3 of our series on stress this week looks at how stress affects our brain.

Dr Sonia Lupien is the founder and director of the Centre for Studies on Human Stress in Montreal. She's also a professor of psychiatry at the Université de Montreal.

Her new book is called "Well Stressed: Manage Stress Before It Turns Toxic."

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