4 Ways to Manage Stress

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How can we better manage stress? Stress expert Professor Katie McLaughlin weighs in.

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“4 Ways to Manage Stress” was created and developed by Olivia Kang, Kirsten Morehouse, Evan Younger, and Mahzarin Banaji, and features Professor Katie McLaughlin (Harvard University).

Support for Outsmarting Implicit Bias comes from Harvard University, PwC, and Johnson & Johnson.

Camera and Editing by Evan Younger, Kirsten Morehouse, and Olivia Kang

Artwork by Olivia Kang

Video Footage by Storyblocks

Music by Tiny Music and Ben Beiny via Premium Beat