For many of us, stress is an omnipresent and frequently overwhelming factor of day-to-day life. As we begin to better understand its toll on our health, this Forum at the Harvard School of Public Health event – in connection with a new poll by HSPH, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and NPR – shared the story of stress as perceived by many Americans. What are the biggest sources of stress? How can it affect our health? And what can we do in our homes, workplaces and communities to help us manage stress and to live calmer – and healthier – lives?
Do you have resources to share to help manage stress to improve health? Tweet your ideas using hashtag #BurdenofStress.
Part of: Policy Controversies.
Presented in Collaboration with the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and NPR
- The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
- Harvard School of Public Health Opinion Research Program
Shots (Health News from NPR)
- Benson-Henry Institute for Mind Body Medicine
- Poll: The Burden of Stress in America
NPR/Robert Wood Johnson Foundation/Harvard School of Public Health
- Press Release: NPR/RWJF/HSPH Poll finds health most common major stressful event in Americans’ lives last year
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