stress and peptic ulcer

New Evidence That Psychological Stress Contributes To Peptic Ulcers Development

New Evidence That Psychological Stress Contributes To Peptic Ulcers Development

A new study published in the journal Clinical Gastroenterology and Hepatology provides new evidence that stress is related to an increased risk of peptic ulcers. Since the pioneering work of Hans Selye in the 1930s, psychological stress was often linked to the induction and progression of peptic ulcers. In the 1950s-60s, Selye began to promote […]

Robert Sapolsky and Why Zebras Don’t get Ulcers

Robert Sapolsky and Why Zebras Don’t get Ulcers

SHORT FEATURES and FACES ARTICLE Robert Sapolsky, a neuroendocrinologist and John A. and Cynthia Fry Gunn Professor at Stanford University, has focused his research on issues of stress and neuronal degeneration, as well as on the possibilities of gene therapy strategies for protecting susceptible neurons from disease. In his Science article, entitled ‘Why Stress Is […]