The Good, the Bad & the Damaging: Chronic Stress & Allostatic Load

Matthew Hill, PhD

Stress, Resilience, Addiction, Brain Architecture

June 2010

Dr. Matthew Hill, from the University of Calgary, draws on neurobiology to discuss toxic stress, its effects on the brain, and later manifestation of disease. Dr. Hill specifically focuses on how early stress in life can have long-term effects on brain architecture, promoting a disease state which can manifest symptoms in the long-term.

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