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Mental <strong>stress</strong> affects male, female heart differently

Mental stress affects male, female heart differently

13 Oct 2014

Washington: Impact of mental stress on heart varies for men and women, says a study. While men have more changes in blood pressure and heart rate in response to mental stress, more women experience myocardial ischemia, decreased blood flow to the heart, the study found.

Mental stress,   heart,   blood pressure,   myocardial ischemia,   heart disease,   ,  
Mental <strong>stress</strong> affects male and female heart differently

Mental stress affects male and female heart differently

13 Oct 2014

Washington: Impact of mental stress on heart varies for men and women, says a study. While men have more changes in blood pressure and heart rate in response to mental stress, more women experience myocardial ischemia - decreased blood flow to the heart, it found.

Mental stress,   Male,   female,   heart,   myocardial ischemia,   blood,   cardio-vascular health,  
Embellished skill sets most common fabrications by <strong>job</strong> seekers

Embellished skill sets most common fabrications by job seekers

08 Oct 2014

New Delhi: When it comes to hiring, employers have found that a large number of aspirants tend to exaggerate their skill sets and even fabricate employment history, says a survey.

Embellished skill,   job seekers,   curriculum vitae,   job title,   academic degree,  
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 ,  
<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,  
Internships useful way of getting first <strong>job</strong>: Survey

Internships useful way of getting first job: Survey

17 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Many students and those in early stages of their professional career in India feel that internships is an useful step towards getting their first job, according to a survey.

Internships,   first job,   students,   professional career,   India,   dream job,   LinkedIn survey,   professionals cited internships,  
Odisha Government launches programme to keep track of migrant labourers

Odisha Government launches programme to keep track of migrant labourers

03 Nov 2014

Koraput:  In a bid to check human trafficking, Koraput district administration in Odisha has launched a programme to keep track of migrants, travelling to other states for work.

Human Trafficking,   Odisha Government,   Rural job schemes,   MGNREGS,  
Indian employees more engaged than their global peers: Report

Indian employees more engaged than their global peers: Report

19 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Indian employees are more engaged than their global counterparts but still 54 percent of them remain somewhat dissatisfied in their jobs signaling an urgent need for companies to take proactive steps, says a report.

Indian employees,   global peers,   India,   job satisfaction,   Dale Carnegie Training,   Pallavi Jha,  
People with steady heartbeat more prone to <strong>stress</strong>

People with steady heartbeat more prone to stress

01 Oct 2014

Toronto: If you have a steady heartbeat when you worry about something that may or may not happen, you might be more susceptible to stress, says a study.

heartbeat,   stress,   variable heartbeat,   energy,   heart,  
Bullying could change eating behaviour of kids

Bullying could change eating behaviour of kids

08 Oct 2014

Toronto: If you have noticed sudden change in the eating behaviour of your child, that could well be due psychological stress such as bullying by peers, a study noted.

Bullying,   eating behaviour,   kids,   stress,   peers,   fat,  

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