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Relax after a long day: Read 'Happy Healthy News Weekly'

A man reads the morning newspaper on March 26, 2013 in Nicosia, Cyprus. After days of negotiation, Eurozone finance ministers have agreed terms for a 10 billion euro bailout deal, which aims to prevent the collapse of Cypriot banks and ensure that Cyprus
A man reads the morning newspaper on March 26, 2013 in Nicosia, Cyprus. After days of negotiation, Eurozone finance ministers have agreed terms for a 10 billion euro bailout deal, which aims to prevent the collapse of Cypriot banks and ensure that Cyprus
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Learn how to manage and decrease stress in your life. Uncontrolled stress can lead to depression and other health problems.

Here are ways to relax after a long day: read "Happy Healthy News Weekly", exercise, listen to a funny comedian, walk, meditate, go bowling, attend yoga class, watch your favorite TV shows, watch your favorite sports team play, go to your favorite restaurant for dinner, surround yourself with positive people, listen to music, enjoy the zoo, watch a good movie, visit a museum and leave haters alone.

Enjoy reading "Happy Healthy News Weekly"

Happy Healthy News Weekly is an online newspaper featuring Disease & Illness, Lifestyle and Mental Health articles. Subscribe and receive weekly news every Monday afternoon.

According to Dr. Daniel K. Hall-Flavin from Mayo Clinic, depression has many possible causes, likely related to genetics, brain chemicals and your life situation. Chronic stressful life situations can increase the risk of developing depression if you aren't coping with the stress well.

Stress is a normal psychological and physical reaction to positive or negative situations in your life, such as a new job or the death of a loved one. Stress itself isn't abnormal or bad. What's important is how you deal with stress read the entire article Mayo Clinic article

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