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True Cushing’s Disease Is Rare, But Damaging

Cushing’s disease is caused by excess cortisol in the blood. It’s rare: According to the National Institutes of Health, only 40 to 70 people out of 1 million have Cushing’s disease. Most are women between the ages of 30 and 50, but men and even children also get Cushing’s disease. … Read More

How to Deal with Stress

“Stress” is a term used to describe how your body reacts to changing, often unpredictable, conditions. Stress-provoking situations may involve anything from caring for an aging parent to dealing with a chronic illness, or from being stuck in heavy traffic to facing a snarling dog. Chronic, prolonged stress can be … Read More

What Causes Fatigue? The Stress Factor

You’re always tired but you haven’t been able to pinpoint the reason. You think about embarking on a campaign to get to the bottom of your fatigue, but—sad to say—you don’t have the energy to follow through. Don’t feel bad; even the medical community doesn’t fully understand what causes fatigue. … Read More

What Is Stress? Understanding May Help Us Better Handle It

The answer to the question "What is stress?" comes in a clear definition from the National Institute of Mental Health: “Stress is how the brain and body respond to any demand. Every type of demand or stressor—such as exercise, work, school, major life changes, or traumatic events—can be stressful.” Also … Read More

Why Signs of Anxiety in Women Differ from Men’s Anxiety Symptoms

Anxiety disorders affect over 40 million Americans each year, and just like pairs of shoes and beauty items, women have significantly more anxiety episodes than men.[1] While each person is unique, in general, women tend to externalize feelings of anxiety while men internalize their feelings. However, there are a few commonalities … Read More

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