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  • The counselors attempt to provide traders with the techniques needed to handle the reverberations from the flash crash and advice on how to get an edge during high-stress situations.

    Flashbacks Afflict Some Traders

  • It's the result of living in a high-stress environment.

    Phillips, Pepto in Partnership

  • Americans may be grappling with a high-stress, frenzied midterm election, but they're not alone.

    Elections Being Held Around The World (PHOTOS)

  • These days, its booming economy has many Brazilians working long hours in high-stress jobs, which has given rise to a new kind of business: selling space to get some shuteye.

    Brazilian Companies Capitalize On Power Naps

  • •Show they have liquid assets equivalent to 30 days' cash flows under high-stress scenario.

    Fed Details New Bank Rules

  • Maybe we just get in our own way, with sedentary, high-stress lifestyles and low quality food.

    Lisa Turner: Can We Live to Be 100?

  • The guy went to go spend a few days in nature to decompress after handling some understandably high-stress matters.

    South Carolina governor goes missing

  • "The economic team is staffed with academics, with business leaders, with career professionals and economists, and the typical length of service for a high level, high-stress position in this area is less than two years," Ms. Psaki said.

    White House's Next Task: Rebuilding Policy Team

  • After acknowledging that her high-stress job in New York City was having an adverse effect on both her mental and physical health, LA native Carly Brien enrolled in the Institute for Integrative Nutrition on a quest to change her lifestyle.

    Heather Taylor: Chef Speak: Carly Brien of Pressed Juicery

  • In addition to mannequins or robots, training drills use employees in the roles of patients and families to simulate high-stress scenarios such as frightened parents, a mother who has an allergic reaction to a drug, or the absence of vital equipment or emergency personnel.

    Delivering Results

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