Parent's voice offers more comfort than text among teens

01/12/2012 | KEZI-TV (Eugene, Ore.)

Teen girls in a stressful situation who heard their mother's voice on a phone tested significantly lower for the stress hormone compared with those texting with their mothers, University of Wisconsin researchers found. The study failed to determine whether it is the choice of words or the manner of speaking that is responsible for the reduced stress hormone.

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