stress-cancer

It's no secret that having a poor handle on stress is bad for your health. And now, a new study in mice shows how exactly activation of a gene linked to stress could potentially lead to the spread of cancer.
While stress hasn't definitively been proven to cause cancer, other research has suggested it can play a detrimental role
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When you're constantly feeling overwhelmed and anxious, the cumulative effects can be dangerous.
That's the implication, at least, of a study on the link between cancer and stress in mice, published today in the Journal