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APA: Stress not getting addressed enough

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  • Andrea Davis
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  • February 11 2013, 11:31am EST
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Americans believe discussing stress with their health care providers is important, yet many aren’t having the conversation, reports a new study from the American Psychological Association.

According to its annual Stress in America report, released last Thursday, 31% of Americans who categorize themselves as suffering from high stress never discuss stress management with their health care provider. Moreover, 32% of Americans say they believe it is very or extremely important to talk with their health care providers about stress management, but only 17% report that these conversations are happening often or always.

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