May 29, 2008 presentation by Wes Alles for the Stanford School of Medicine Medcast lecture series.
Wes Alles, PhD, director of the Stanford Health Improvement Program, discusses the health consequences of Type-A behavior. Alles explores a number of strategies for how Type-A behavior can be modified, including strategies for a less stressful lifestyle. The talk is part of a series from Cafe Scientifique, an international network of community meetings for the public on the latest ideas in science and technology.
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