The pandemic brought a lot of stressors that were new to most of us: lockdowns, distancing, and having to think about the risk presented by every day-to-day activity. Fortunately, some Camden residents were already working on developing stress-management tools right before the pandemic hit. A study coming out this fall measures the effectiveness of these stress-management tools. Conducted by Sheila Linz, assistant professor at Rutgers School of Nursing-Camden, and Kathy Jackson, a family nurse practitioner and clinical assistant professor of nursing at Rutgers‒Camden, the study focuses on the benefits of mindfulness and yoga in reducing stress and improving mental and physical health. To read the full story.