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The Physical and Physiological Problems of Too Much Stress
By Jim Lewis
Learners are shown the effect that too much stress can have on various parts of the body.
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Although forced to carry the typically overweight human being from place to place -- with only intermittent relief provided by the second most-abused body part (the derriere) -- the poor feet take a daily beating and STILL get no respect from the stress-0-meter experts.Posted by Dave Joy on 6/17/2014 2:16:37 PM Reply
The Bladder problem was the one that surprised me the most.Posted by Peggy Presley-Bevis on 11/28/2010 2:37:45 PM Reply