Stress: are we coping: Mental Health Awareness Week 2018

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Mental Health Foundation
Mental Health Foundation
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14 May 2018
Mental health services, Health Services, Employment
Social welfare
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This report looks at the prevalence of stress in the UK and its implications. It also focuses on how we can manage and reduce stress and provides recommendations for the government in creating a stress-free UK.

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