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Gender differences in brain in response to midlife stress linked to fetal stress exposures | Today's Research by Fortinberry Murray

Gender differences in brain in response to midlife stress linked to fetal stress exposures. April 18, 2021. In terms of human science this is one of the most important studies of the week and is well worth perusing.

Stressful day? Stress can predict decreases in social interaction | Today's Research by Fortinberry Murray

Stressful day? Stress can predict decreases in social interaction. October 10, 2021. When you’re stressed, do you ever feel like you just don’t want to be around other people?

Does environmental stress drive migration? | Today's Research by Fortinberry Murray

Does environmental stress drive migration? November 21, 2021. The level of climate and other-induced immigration is going to affect all of our lives between now and at least the end of the century.

Stress, depression and memory decline. | Today's Research by Fortinberry Murray

Stress, depression and memory decline. Undoubtedly the most important study on depressionfor a very long time was published this week. For the first time the causallink was established between stress—in our time this is mainly work stress—anddepression.

Is your stress changing my brain? | Today's Research by Fortinberry Murray

What the researchers say: “Brain changes associated with stressunderpin many mental illnesses including PTSD, anxiety disorders anddepression,” says the lead author. “Recent studies indicate that stress andemotions can be ‘contagious’.

Flirting among coworkers can reduce stress | Today's Research by Fortinberry Murray

Flirting among coworkers can reduce stress. December 29, 2019. Casual. flirting with colleagues at work is relatively harmless. and can even be beneficial, new research shows. The study, published in.

Stress, insomnia, and the immune system | Today's Research by Fortinberry Murray

Stress, insomnia, and the immune system. September 13, 2020. Work stress, even prior to COVID-19, rose by 200% over the 10 years since 2010 and is accelerating at the rate of 70% every four years.

Surgeons under stress make more mistakes | Today's Research by Fortinberry Murray

A new study reveals that during stressful moments in the operating room, surgeons make up to 66 percent more mistakes on patients.