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From womb to tomb : Stress across a lifetime. / Potter, Harry.

4 p. 2017, Blog post.

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title = "From womb to tomb: Stress across a lifetime",
abstract = "Stress. What does it mean to you? We probably all refer to it after a long or strenuous day at work, during a particularly heated family argument, or when thinking about our finances. But what does the word really mean, and why is it so important in our everyday lives? Can it increase our risk of developing serious health conditions such as obesity, heart disease, and lung cancer? Is it something that can affect our children as they develop in the womb? Is it even something that can affect our children's children? It may seem surprising, but the answer to all of these questions is yes.",
author = "Harry Potter",
year = "2017",
month = "6",
day = "5",
language = "English",
volume = "39",
type = "Other",

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