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  1. Scott K. Johnson
    Scott K. Johnson December 23, 2008 at 7:26 pm | | Reply

    A HUGE thanks to everyone that participated in the contest. I had a great time reading everyone’s comments, and it was terribly difficult to pick winners.

  2. Pravalika
    Pravalika December 24, 2008 at 2:15 am | | Reply

    really informative.

  3. Newsletters
    Newsletters December 24, 2008 at 7:57 am | | Reply

    I wish i could have been here to participate. Seems like it was a ton of fun.

    “Ready, aka Pamela, who offers six great practical tips for offsetting stress, including wearing your ipod/walkmate/personal music assistant when you go shopping and taking “full-belly deep breaths” while you’re behind the wheel in holiday traffic.”

    I liked this one the best

  4. Alba
    Alba January 14, 2009 at 3:52 am | | Reply

    PEOPLE WITH CHRONIC STRESS HAVE A DOUBLE RISK OF DEVELOPING DIABETES.

    This was found in one study on stress conducted on 10,000 government workers, men and women aged 35-55 years. The more a person was stressed out due to work, the more he or she was at a risk of developing metabolic problems, including diabetes.

  5. Alba
    Alba January 14, 2009 at 3:53 am | | Reply

    PEOPLE WITH CHRONIC STRESS HAVE A DOUBLE RISK OF DEVELOPING DIABETES.

    This was found in one study on stress conducted on 10,000 government workers, men and women aged 35-55 years. The more a person was stressed out due to work, the more he or she was at a risk of developing metabolic problems, including diabetes.

    Source: http://www.all-about-beating-diabetes.com/stress-and-diabetes.html

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