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    Manage Stress: Quick Guide to Healthy Living
    Learning how to manage stress can help prevent serious health problems such as heart disease, depression, and high blood pressure.... Details >
    National Health Information Center, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
    After a Disaster: Self-Care Tips for Dealing with Stress
    This fact sheet covers things to remember when trying to understand disaster events, signs that adults need stress management assistance, and ways to ease stress.... Details >
    Center for Mental Health Services, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
    Combating Parental Stress
    Parents today are working longer hours and commuting greater distances to and from work. Their days don't slow down when they get home. Kids' after-school schedules can be jam-packed, making life busy... Details >
    Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
    Fight Stress With Healthy Habits  External Links Disclaimer Logo
    Healthy habits can protect you from the harmful effects of stress. This article provides 10 positive healthy habits you may want to develop, including talk with family and friends, accept the things y... Details >
    American Heart Association
    Got Butterflies? Tongue-Tied? Pounding Headache?
    Learn what short-term and long-term stress does to your body and how to cope with it.... Details >
    Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
    Helping Children Cope with Holiday Stress: Tips for Parents and Families  External Links Disclaimer Logo
    For many children, the holidays are happy, fun and exciting times. The holidays can also be a difficult time for children who have lost a parent, sibling, or close relative. This page provides tips fo... Details >
    American Psychiatric Association
    How Can I Manage Stress?  External Links Disclaimer Logo
    You can have a healthier heart when you make changes in your lifestyle. Managing your emotions better may help, because some people respond to certain situations in ways that can cause health problems... Details >
    American Heart Association
    Job Stress Network  External Links Disclaimer Logo
    Links to information regarding work strain and job stress. Users can link to sites and information on risk factors, health outcomes, current events, references, and a searchable database.... Details >
    Job Stress Network, Center for Social Epidemiology
    Managing the Stress of Caregiving  External Links Disclaimer Logo
    Information for the caregiver about managing caregiver stress. This fact sheet discusses coping skills that have helped others deal with related issues, and provides a list of resources for more info... Details >
    Monthly Kid and Teen Tips - Girls and Boys Town National Hotline  External Links Disclaimer Logo
    The very first thing you should do when kids are trying to talk you into doing something is think. Too many times, kids get into trouble by just going along with the crowd. Your generation is no diffe... Details >
    Girls and Boys Town National Hotline
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    American Academy of Family PhysiciansExternal Links Disclaimer Logo
    International Stress Management AssociationExternal Links Disclaimer Logo
    Mental Health AmericaExternal Links Disclaimer Logo

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