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Date:12/8/2008

y and fitness needs. "Our goal is to educate executives and prevent the inevitable heart attack or stroke that often comes with the job," Dr. Anderson also states.

Key stress-related symptoms can include chest pains, gastrointestinal disorders, headaches, anxiety, and insomnia which can further lead to depression, ulcers, even death if not diagnosed and treated early.

"Executives often got to the point of exhaustion and developed significant health issues by simply ignoring the signs. Now they want more personalized attention, relief and medical direction from us," said Dr. Walter Gaman.

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