Courier Tribune: Increase current, future health by eliminating stress

With the coronavirus pandemic to nationwide protests to elections and the need for home-based learning for students, 2020 has more people finding themselves stressed out.

According to the American Psychological Association, this year’s stress levels are particularly high.

The Courier Tribune talked to a psychotherapist at Saint Luke's, about the impacts of stress and ways to cope.

Read the full Courier Tribune article: Increase current, future health by eliminating stress

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