“Stress” in the news
|posttraumatic stress disorder|
Publications and example sentences
The New York Times
· For Police Officers, Demonstrations Take a Toll and Test Duty →
“These type of protests take a significant toll on an officer’s mental wellness, and they add so much stress,” said Manny Ramirez, a sergeant with the Fort Worth Police Department and the president of the police officers’ union.
· Deutsche Lufthansa AG: Despite Demands From Brussels, Bailout Package Is Rather Favorable →
Another is that, across all industries, businesses are likely to realize that they could save time, money, and, in many cases, stress by utilizing the likes of Zoom Video Communications Inc.'s (ZM) namesake software or Cisco Systems Inc.'s (CSCO) WebEx instead of having people fly to attend meetings or conferences in person.
The New York Times
· After Months of Coronavirus Isolation, George Floyd Protests Draw Shoulder-to-Shoulder Crowds →
“It just adds this whole stress of how this is going to impact the infection rates.”
· Quarantining people arriving in the UK is crucial, says Home Secretary →
Home Office sources were keen to stress last night that air corridors - or air bridges - may not be possible by the end of this month, although this may spark a Tory rebellion.
· A tough case to crack: Marc Fennell's nut theft investigation →
Fennell interviews firefighters dealing with post traumatic stress and family members helping a loved one with mental health issues, amongst others, all with the guidance of Dr Grant Blashki of Beyond Blue.
· Boris Johnson lays out visa offer to nearly 3m Hong Kong citizens →
In the Commons on Tuesday the foreign secretary, Dominic Raab, implied the offer was only available to the narrower group stressing the government needed to be realistic about what it could offer.
· Almost Willing To Wear A Blue Apron →
I remember the company stressing the importance of investing in marketing and the Arlington facility.
· Reopening schools is a national priority — Jerrica Fatima Ann →
Instead of singularly stressing physical distance, the plan urges students and staff to practice rigorous hygiene.
· BBC releases first beta of its Beeb voice assistant to UK Windows Insider members →
The idea with the limited release beta — according to Grace Boswood, COO of BBC Design and Engineering — will be to get Insiders to try out various features and stress test Beeb in the early beta, while at the same time giving the BBC a trove of usage data that can help it continue to train Beeb further, ahead of a wider release.