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13 August 2010

Father-son bond helps men handle stress

How a man handles everyday stressors like traffic jams and work deadlines may depend, in part, on how he felt about his dad while growing up, new research suggests.

How a man handles everyday stressors like traffic jams and work deadlines may depend, in part, on how he felt about his dad while growing up, new research suggests.

In the study, Mallers and colleagues surveyed 912 adult men and women - aged 25 to 74 - by phone about their stress levels over eight days. They also asked how the participants got along with their parents as children.

 
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