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Robert M. Sapolsky

The best-selling author and Stanford University professor explains why the stress response, which evolved for short-term physical crises, can become a long-term, chronic problem for human beings—and how we can reduce the impact of stress on our lives. More about Robert M. Sapolsky.

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How Stress Hurts Men’s Sex Lives

March 2012 | TRT 3:03

Combining wit with deep knowledge, the researcher and best-selling author explains why stress interferes with male sexual response.

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