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    Commentary: High stress levels a silent culprit behind diabetes

    Diabetes is a multi-faceted disease that can be caused by other factors apart from the consumption of sugary drinks or sweet treats, says NTU’s ...
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    Commentary: A necessity Singaporeans cannot afford – more sleep

    More sleep or more work - this is a core dilemma every Singaporean must confront at some point in their lives, says Ng Chia Wee.
  3. FILE PHOTO: Office workers take their lunch at a food court in Sydney

    Burnout, stress lead more companies to try a four-day work week

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    Commentary: Stressed? Your relationship with your boss may be playing a role

    Psychological connection with a leader influences how people cope with stress, researchers from Staffordshire University found.
  5. Student studying for a test.

    Commentary: Unprepared for that exam? Cramming won’t help

    But if all you want to do is retain the information until tomorrow, cramming might help. But you will have forgotten it in a week, says one ...
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    Free kiss or a S$6,900 spa bath? How to beat stress according to your budget

    From "forest bathing" to cat cafes and seeing a life coach, CNA Lifestyle lists the ways to feel better.
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    Breastfeeding might benefit babies by reducing stress

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    Commentary: How to deal with your team members' personal crises

    Managers cannot escape from this part of the job, but help is at hand, says one observer at the Financial Times.
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    Commentary: Negative thoughts over a bad exam grade aren't just harmful, they're also baseless

    Dwelling on those negative thoughts from unexpectedly bad exam results can make such a thinking pattern addictive, but there are ways to manage ...
  10. Man working in office

    Commentary: Address ragging but remember to also tackle workplace bullying

    Any kind of practice that results in harm, both physical and psychological, should be explicitly prohibited, says one observer.