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Stress May Be Stressing Your Waistband

A new study finds you actually burn calories slower after you're stressed out.
01:53 | 07/14/2014

Transcript for Stress May Be Stressing Your Waistband

I will. The study proves that stress can make you fat. Not Jen Ashton, of course. She's jogging in. Thank you for making it. As you take your breath. I'll summarize. It found that your body burns more... See More
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Stress May Be Stressing Your Waistband

Stress May Be Stressing Your Waistband

A new study finds you actually burn calories slower after you're stressed out.