U.S. stress level drops as people adjust to new normal

01/12/2012 | USA Today

The U.S. stress level for 2011 was an average 5.2 out of 10, a decrease from 6.2 in 2007, according to a survey from the American Psychological Association. Data showed people still are stressed but experts said they are adapting to it and handling it better so a higher level of stress has become the new normal.

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