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Dr. Redford Williams, a researcher and professor of psychiatry at Duke Medical School, is studying personality stereotypes to determine the physiological ramifications of stressful behavior patterns. Type A behavior patterns, such as competitiveness and aggression, have been related to increased coronary disease.
This article presents the synopses and status reports for ten of the most widely publicized unsolved North Carolina homicides of the past fifteen years. All of these cases are currently under active investigation either by the State Bureau of Investigation or local law enforcement agencies.
North Carolina writer, Reynolds Price, has a new novel called, The Source of Light. Price also teaches courses on narrative technique and theory at Duke University. An interview with Price discusses his family background and events that inspired him to become a writer.
The handle in question wasn’t part of an old fashioned pump. Rather it, was the stress that modern individuals, particularly type A, are vulnerable to through daily hassles and frustrations. Included as enlightenment for the long term effects of daily stress were studies related to heart attacks and high blood pressure. For those seeking encouragement as well as enlightenment, suggested were stress management exercises such as meditation and muscle relaxation.