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Day 3 - Everything Happens For A Reason

Post #5 from my spring break to the Pacific Northwest.


So I’m either getting used to the idea of eating alone, or my sever this morning was significantly nicer and more attentive than any server I’ve had so far. 566 more words


Day 1 - No One in Charge But Me

Post #3 that was drafted while on Spring Break! My fist full day at Lake Quinault.


I spent 4 hours in my room this morning. 312 more words


New Training Helps Families Navigate Stress and Stay in the Green Zone

Stress is characteristic of service in the Navy, with deployments, reintegration, and relocations causing tension for both Sailors and their families. The ability to efficiently navigate stress and build resilience is an integral part of maintaining mission readiness for Sailors and promoting psychological well-being. 576 more words


SKN7 in oxidative stress and beyond


  1. Fassler, Jan S., and Ann H. West. “Fungal Skn7 Stress Responses and Their Relationship to Virulence.” Eukaryotic Cell 10, no. 2 (February 2011): 156–67. …
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If you're feeling worried these days, the news broadcasting might be partially to blame.

Certain types of newscast can push your own buttons and make you very nervous and certain kinds of news reporting can yield expressive responses related with stress. 342 more words

Mental Fitness

Why Cogjam?

What do an owl and a lizard have to do with cogjam stress? Check out my latest post at http://www.thecogjameffect.com.

Gaining Perspective

What brought me to Lake Quinault

This is the first of a series of posts that I drafted while on my Spring Break. I’m publishing them after the fact due to poor WiFi signal while in the middle of nowhere. 367 more words