His stress is not like her stress

Scientists puzzle over why men and women react differently to pressure

Illustration of stressed man and woman

HE STRESS, SHE STRESS  Men and women react differently to stress. Animal studies suggest the root of the difference is messaging within the brain.

Chris Buzelli

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