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American Institute of Stress

a/k/a: AIS


9112 Camp Bowie West BLVD. #228
Fort Worth, TX 76116





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The American Institute of Stress (AIS), established in 1978, is a non-profit organization dedicated to advancing knowledge of mind-body relationships and the role of stress in health and illness. Its Board of Trustees consists of physicians, healthcare professionals and lay individuals with expertise in various stress-related areas as well as interest in the role of stress in disease and promoting health. Eligibility for fellowships is granted to those who can demonstrate expertise by virtue of training, publications or practical experience. Updated files are maintained on all stress-related topics from which informational packets can be ordered. A monthly newsletter is available to subscribers, members and fellows. AIS also organize and participate in conferences dealing with relevant issues.

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