Movie Night: Stress: Portrait of a Killer
with Ellie Foster, MPH
Stress used to be a lifesaving force. It came in bursts to help us run from predators (watch out for that saber tooth tiger!) or hunt prey (come here, you tasty antelope). Nowadays, stress shows up constantly- at work, at home, in the car, even while you are trying to sleep. If you are wondering just how much that stress impacts your body and mind, you will love this movie night. Join us to watch and discuss the National Geographic documentary, Stress: Portrait of a Killer. You will find out some of the dangerous ways that prolonged stress impacts your body including shrinking your brain, adding fat to your belly and even unraveling your chromosomes. A brief discussion will follow.
W/S 2019: Apr 23rd, 2019
Tue from 5:00 - 6:30 pm
Only 16 hours left to register and 3 seats left!
Scarborough LRC (100 Campus Drive, West Entrance)
100 Campus Drive
Scarborough, ME 04074 Get directions