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How can I avoid stress from media?

Ruth White, MPH
Social Work
Plan a tune-out day to de-stress. On your tune-out day you turn off the phone, TV, computer, and radio. Ignore the newspaper, because everything in it has already happened. We spend so much time taking in information and being bombarded with ideas and thoughts that aren't our own that sometimes we need to turn off the outside noise to hear ourselves and give our brains some time to recover from the stress of the media onslaught.
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