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In a rush? Learn to ease 'hurry sickness'

Career counselor and work-life balance consulant Debra Krumholz shares a laugh with student Eloise Green of Brooklyn, NY while viewing the alumni network at her office at Amherst College in Amherst, Mass. (Globe Photo / Stephen Rose ) Career counselor and work-life balance consulant Debra Krumholz shares a laugh with student Eloise Green of Brooklyn, NY while viewing the alumni network at her office at Amherst College in Amherst, Mass.
By Maggie Jackson
April 6, 2008

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Call it the hurry syndrome. We are a nation in a rush. But are we gaining on life by perpetually racing the clock or perhaps losing something by turning our days into an unending sprint? (Full article: 925 words)

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