The Forum at Harvard School of Public Health
Watch the Live Webcast
MANAGING STRESS: Protecting Your Health
Presented in Collaboration with The Huffington Post
Wednesday, March 6, 2013
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
Watch at www.ForumHSPH.org
Sustained over time, stress can undermine health in serious and sometimes deadly ways. In this Forum event, expert participants will examine what we know about the effects of stress on health, including heart disease risk, and about the role social status plays in exacerbating or mitigating these effects. In addition, panelists will explore ways in which positive well-being, mindfulness, exercise and nutrition can contribute to a more resilient, healthier lifestyle. Presented in collaboration with The Huffington Post.
- Laura Kubzansky, Associate Professor of Social and Behavioral Sciences and Director of the Society and Health Psychophysiology Laboratory, Harvard School of Public Health
- Ellen Langer, Professor of Psychology, Harvard University, and Author, Mindfulness and Counterclockwise: Mindful Health and the Power of Possibility
- David Eisenberg, Associate Professor in the Department of Nutrition, Harvard School of Public Health
- And other invited experts.
Carolyn Gregoire, Associate Lifestyle Editor, The Huffington Post
ASK THE EXPERT PARTICIPANTS
- E-mail questions for the expert participants any time before or during the live webcast to firstname.lastname@example.org. The Forum will accommodate as many questions as we can from the online and in-person audiences.
- Submit your questions to the Community Discussion page.
PARTICIPATE DURING THE LIVE WEBCAST
- Join the live comments, which will be featured on The Forum's Managing Stress: Protecting Your Health web page.
- We'll also be live-tweeting from @healthyliving and @forumHSPH. Tweet your questions and comments using the hashtag #stressforum
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Watch last month's Forum event, Health as a Gateway to Global Development: A Conversation with UNDP's Helen Clark, on demand.