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New method predicts who will suffer most from <strong>stress</strong>

New method predicts who will suffer most from stress

01 Oct 2014

Toronto: A new method that measures heart rate variability can identify people who are most susceptible to stress, scientists say.

stress,   susceptible to stress,   heartbeat,   energy,   vulnerable to stress,   ,  
Michael Hussey not sure if he is ready for India coach's <strong>job</strong>

Michael Hussey not sure if he is ready for India coach's job

02 Jan 2015

Sydney: Former Australia captain Michael Hussey said he was surprised by reports that just-retired Test captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni had suggested his name for the coach's job of Indian cricket team once Duncan Fletcher's contract expired at the end of World Cup 2015.

Michael Hussey,   Mahendra Singh Dhoni,   Indian cricket team,   Duncan Fletcher,   cricket World Cup 2015 ,  
Women handle <strong>job</strong> interview <strong>stress</strong> better

Women handle job interview stress better

21 Feb 2012

Women, although typically more stressed about interviewing, perform better than their male counterparts in job interviews because they handle stress better than guys, say researchers.

Job stress and women,   Women performance at workplace,   Women at workplace,   Professional women ,  
Women lag behind men on <strong>job</strong> quality: Study

Women lag behind men on job quality: Study

05 Mar 2014

London: A recent study finds that jobs of women are less flexible, more stressful and offer fewer promotion opportunities than men.

working women,   working environment for women,   women suffer more stress in office,  
Regulators' <strong>job</strong> is not to boost Sensex, says RBI chief

Regulators' job is not to boost Sensex, says RBI chief

13 Dec 2014

New Delhi: Unfazed by criticism that central bank is keeping interest rates high, RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan said the role of regulators is not to boost the Sensex.

Central bank,   Interest rates,   RBI Governor,   Raghuram Rajan,   Sensex,  
Arunachal Pradesh governor <strong>stress</strong> on expediting road construction

Arunachal Pradesh governor stress on expediting road construction

03 Dec 2014

Itanagar: Arunachal Pradesh Governor Lt Gen (Retd) Nirbhay Sharma on Wednesday called upon the road construction agencies to accelerate road construction process in the border state.

Arunachal Pradesh governor,   road construction,   Lt Gen (Retd) Nirbhay Sharma,   road construction agencies,   border state roads,  
India Inc promises 10 lakh new jobs, up to 40 percent hike in 2015

India Inc promises 10 lakh new jobs, up to 40 percent hike in 2015

01 Jan 2015

New Delhi: It may be a bumper new year for the job market, with India Inc planning to create close to 10 lakh new jobs and dole out pay hikes of up to 40 percent for best performers in 2015.

India Inc,   job creation,   pay hikes,   recruitment,   average salary,   increments,   ,  
Obama's <strong>job</strong> rating for handling race relations declines

Obama's job rating for handling race relations declines

09 Dec 2014

Washington: The approval rating of US President Barack Obama on his handling of race relations has declined by 8 percentage points in the wake of controversial killings of two black men in the country, according to a new opinion poll.

US,   US President,   Barack Obama,   Pew Research Center,   Ferguson,   Brown,   Eric Garner,   Race Relation ,  
Permanent <strong>stress</strong> may lead to mental disorders

Permanent stress may lead to mental disorders

25 Nov 2014

Berlin: Permanent stress may activate immune cells which can cause changes to the brain resulting in mental disorders such as schizophrenia, a new study has warned.

Permanent stress,   mental disorders,   schizophrenia,   nerve cells,   inflammation processes,   animal models,  
<strong>Stress</strong>-related ailments in Indian employees due to <strong>job</strong> fears: Survey

Stress-related ailments in Indian employees due to job fears: Survey

19 Dec 2013

New Delhi: Job uncertainty has increased pressure on Indian employees with 71 percent saying they are experiencing more stress-related illness ever since the economic downturn, according to a survey by Regus.

Job fears,   stress,   stress at work place,   Regus,   Indian employees,  

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