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How chronic stress causes behavioural problems

A team from the EPFL Brain Mind Institute has discovered an important synaptic mechanism: the activation of a cleaving enzyme, leading to behavioural problems connected to chronic stress.

Women respond better to stress

A new study has shown that women respond better to stress because of their levels of oestrogen, which appears protective.

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Staying active reduces stress

Staying active is a natural and effective way to reduce stress and avoid related issues like weight fluctuations, nausea and feeling tired.

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