Health & Fitness
It has been a stressful year in America with the threat and the impact of the coronavirus still very real in our everyday lives. All of that stress could be affecting your physical and mental health in ways you wouldn’t expect-- and you’re not alone.
In this episode, Dr. Beth Schwartz and Dr. Paul Chung, a gynecologist and urologist respectively, discuss how the stress of a pandemic is affecting men and women and what each can do to address their physical and mental health.
Check out more on The Health Nexus for how COVID could be affecting your period, and how understanding the activity in your brain can help with stress.
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The Life and Work of Dr. Bruce Meyer
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How Jefferson's Residency and Fellowship Program Responded to the Closure of Hahnemann University Hospital
How Jefferson's Emergency Department Responded to the Closure of Hahnemann University Hospital
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