Study finds gender differences in response to stress

01/15/2010 | USA Today

U.S. research showed women have a natural hormone capacity to regulate their response to stress that is different from men and changes how they experience chronic illnesses. The lead researcher said understanding these differences in the brain's regulation of stress "can provide clues to understanding the nature of these chronic medical disorders" and aid in developing treatments for the diseases.

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