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5 Stress Busters for Students

By Margarita Tartakovsky, M.S.
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5 Stress Busters for Students School is packed with potential stressors — everything from penning research papers to giving presentations to taking final exams. Plus, if you’re away at college, you have the added stress of being on your own and navigating a slew of unfamiliar places and situations.

While stress is inevitable for students, it doesn’t have to bulldoze your life or affect your academic performance.

Below, Kathryn Tristan, a research scientist on the faculty of the Washington University in St. Louis School of Medicine, shares five tips for helping students like you to have a lower-stress semester.

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5 Stress Busters for Students

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  1. A good stress-reliever for student…..Keep posting this type article more….

  2. Enjoyed reading!!
    Really helpful for the students to get rid of stress at the time of their exams.

  3. this is really helpful..thank you so much..keep on posting this kind of article.

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