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Wednesday, March 5, 2003

OC teacher has display in gallery

An Odessa College art professor's screen print, "100 Popeye Spinach Cans" will be on display at Texas Tech University as one of 22 works from across the United States.

Barry Phillips the Younger's piece is part of a unique portfolio exchange entitled "Impressions from the Llano Estacado," organized by John Hitchcock from the University of Wisconsin _ Madison. The exchange includes the work of artists who studied printmaking at Texas Tech with professor Lynwood Dreneck during the past 30 years. The Texas Tech Museum has acquired the portfolio for inclusion in its permanent collection.

The display will be in the Landmark Art Gallery at TTU March 8-April 19.

Brochure helps woman to de-stress

Modern women need more than Calgon to `take them away' from their stressful days.

"Women and Stress: Successfully juggling your busy life," a brochure produced by the Office of Health Promotion at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, gives women strategies on dealing with stress and preventing it from interfering with their lives.

"Women are particularly vulnerable to stress because we juggle multiple roles," said Dr. Jennifer Hays, director of the Center for Women's Health at Baylor. "We often try to balance traditional roles at home along with full-time jobs."

Some stress can help women perform at their peak. But too much is destructive to their physical and emotional well being. Stress can even come from good events, such as planning a wedding or receiving a promotion. Unfortunately, your body doesn't know the difference between "good stress," and "bad stress."

Stress makes a person more susceptible to disease, which then aggravates any existing illness or chronic condition such as heart disease, depression, ulcers, irritable bowel disease, diabetes, the common cold, urinary tract infections, arthritis and asthma. Some people seek comfort from stress by engaging in behaviors such as alcohol and drug abuse, smoking, or overeating, which have negative physical and emotional health consequences of their own have a stressful life.

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