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What is stress, and what in our body when we feel stressed Happening?Next: What causes stress, and are there any specific factors which may contribute to stress?that we have to have the opportunity that we have to respond to this challenge – which is also known as stress. And our response to this challenge has a physiological basically basically our bodies. When we are in the face of a challenge or a threat, our body mobilizes all of our resources so that we can protect ourselves. For example, in in the woods and you are walking distance and 20 feet away from you there is a bear, you want your body all the resources all resources, so that you have enough energy to either run away from this have, or fighting that bear.

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Mayo Clinic researchers more than $ 3,000 on a four – year grant from the nation Human Genome Research Institute to receive the youngest genomic finds to tools s personalized healthcare translating. Recent advances in genetics from heart and vascular diseases will be electronic patient records electronic health records so physicians should be better defined the patient to. Risk of heart attack, vascular disease and adverse reactions about hearts drug – ‘We be genetic risk scores to heart attack and side effects and tools that develop by communicate genomic risks on patients and providers,’says Iftikhar Kullo, Mayo and Cardiologists and co-principal investigator for the award.

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