AHA today launched the Stress MeterTM, a hub of curated, vetted resources featuring stress-relief information and techniques. Though not a diagnostic tool, the Stress Meter functions as a way for users to take a moment and evaluate their current stress level — mild, moderate or severe — and then access publicly available resources for understanding appropriate next steps. Rebecca Chickey, AHA’s senior director of behavioral health and clinical health and workforce, discusses the Stress Meter in a blog. LEARN MORE  

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