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10/28/19 The Epidemic of Stress in the U.S. KPFA - About Health

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It seems like the American public is more “stressed out” than at any time in recent memory. But why? Is this seemingly sudden increase in stress due to current events in our world? Is technology to blame? Perhaps financial strain or increased pressures at work? Or is it all simply a coincidence? In today's episode, we’ll put this question to our guest, as we explore reasons for the epidemic of stress in our nation and our world. Host David B. Feldman interviews Dr. Meg Van Deusen, psychologist and author of Stressed in the U.S.: Twelve Tools to Tackle Anxiety, Loneliness, Tech-Addiction, and More, due out December 1st, 2019.

It seems like the American public is more “stressed out” than at any time in recent memory. But why? Is this seemingly sudden increase in stress due to current events in our world? Is technology to blame? Perhaps financial strain or increased pressures at work? Or is it all simply a coincidence? In today's episode, we’ll put this question to our guest, as we explore reasons for the epidemic of stress in our nation and our world. Host David B. Feldman interviews Dr. Meg Van Deusen, psychologist and author of Stressed in the U.S.: Twelve Tools to Tackle Anxiety, Loneliness, Tech-Addiction, and More, due out December 1st, 2019.

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