With all the health scares last month and Super Tuesday looming just on the other side of the alarm clock, it’s fair to say that we’re all feeling a little stressed. This week on “What’s the Word,” Adam Schuster takes us through the history of stress, tracing its development as a psychological concern and looking […]
A new study finds that children who experience severe stress as kids develop different kinds of genetic markers than those who have relatively tranquil upbringings. Friday host Jonathan Zarov speaks with Dr. Leslie Seltzer, researcher at the Waisman Center and co-lead author of this study in the emerging scientific field of epigenetics.
This episode of the Cardinal Podcast delves into the science of stress and specifically how it affects highschoolers. In this podcast, Michelle Chi interviews highschoolers Merete Witkovsky, Aidan Schutter, and Kai Heinamen and also UW professor Kristin Litzelman. This podcast is perfect for teens who want to learn more about stress and for parents of […]