How To Deal With Anxiety From The News : Life Kit Between the endless stream of headlines and the ongoing pandemic, the news can be overwhelming. Here's neuroscientist Judson Brewer's advice on coping and a breathing exercise that can help you stay grounded.

COMIC: When the bad news is endless, here's how to cope with your anxiety

COMIC: When the bad news is endless, here's how to cope with your anxiety

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This comic from LA Johnson is based on an interview between Life Kit host Keisha "TK" Dutes and neuroscientist and psychiatrist Judson Brewer, M.D., Ph.D. Listen to their conversation at the top of this page.

More tips on coping with the stressful news cycle can be found here.


The podcast portion of this story was produced by Clare Marie Schneider.

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