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Stress Management

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“Stress Management.” Online Safety Resource Library. 01 June 2006. Oklahoma State University Department of Environmental Health and Safety. 06 Nov. 2006 <http://www.pp.okstate.edu/ehs/links/stress.htm>. Provides a list of links to information about managing stress in various situations provided by government agencies, university health and safety departments, and other organizations.
Reh, F. John. “How to Help Reduce Stress at Work.” About.com. 2006. About, Inc. 06 Nov. 2006 <http://management.about.com/od/yourself/ht/ReduceStress05.htm>. This article provides a list of 10 ways to reduce stress at work, with short descriptions of how to accomplish each one. Note that this site has sponsored links and is a “.com.”
Jaffe, Jaelline, Lisa Flores Dumke, Sheila Hutman, and Jeanne Segal. “Job Stress Management / Workplace Stress Reduction.” HelpGuide Mental Health Issues. 01 Mar. 2006. Helpguide.org. 06 Nov. 2006 <http://www.helpguide.org/mental/work_stress_management.htm>. Provides information about what job stress is, its effects on health, and why employers should be concerned about it. Includes suggestions for how managers and employers can reduce job stress.
“Stress – Coping with Everyday Problems.” 2006. Mental Health America (formerly National Mental Health Association). 06 Nov. 2006 <http://tinyurl.com/y2nfmp>. This article describes how stress can be physical or mental, how to identify if you are feeling stress, and then provides ideas for how to manage stress. Includes a link to find a mental health professional for further help, and has ideas of what to discuss when talking with a professional. Note: URL was long and nonintuitive, so I converted it to a tiny url, using tinyurl.com.
“Work-related Stress” Mayo Clinic 4 October 2006 <http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/work-stress/SR00019> Includes links to articles and tools on work-related stress.
“Tips to Reduce Stress” National Center for Farmworker Health (Easy to Read) <http://www.ncfh.org/pateduc/en-stress.htm> in Spanish <http://www.ncfh.org/pateduc/sp-stress.htm> Simple text and high graphic document on ways to reduce stress.

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