A Letter From The Publisher: Jun. 6, 1983

One of the valued job satisfactions for journalists is the regular chance to examine wholly new and foreign subjects. But working on this week's cover story about stress and its effects on health proved to be an illuminating inquiry into all too familiar territory. As Detroit Correspondent Barbara Dolan put it, "While attending stress seminars and workshops, I kept thinking, 'They're talking about me.' " San Francisco Correspondent Dick Thompson was late to an interview when the car in front of him skidded out of control, and his body braced for the expected...

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