Angela Patmore

Is stress always a problem?

A scan of the human brain (Getty)

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Angela Patmore

Angela Patmore is a journalist and former International Fulbright Scholar. Her book, The Truth About Stress, was shortlisted for the MIND Book of the Year Award

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