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Moments of acute stress can cause molecular alterations in immune response

Chronic psychosocial and emotional stress has well-documented negative effects upon the human immune system but less is known about the health effects of acute but transitory episodes of stress. Do panic-inducing moments also raise the risk of stress-related conditions? A team of researchers has addressed that question by taking blood samples from skydivers to measure key immune response indicators.
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