The Yale Stress Center conducts research in development of stress biomarkers that predict risk of stress-related chronic diseases including mental disorders such as depressive, anxiety and addictive disorders and physical health disorders including cardiovascular disease, obesity, diabetes, liver and renal disease and immune disorders and some cancers.
A second goal of the Stress Research Clinic is to develop, test and validate novel pharmacological and behavioral intervention strategies to reduce and reverse the toxic effects of trauma and stress in humans and to support and enhance resilience and adaptive coping to prevent stress-related diseases and promote recovery from these chronic illnesses. These include mindfulness, stress reduction, nutrition, and physical activity counseling to enhance your health and the health of your family.
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