The component of general adaptation syndrome that puts the body on a "fight-or-flight" alert by releasing hormones that produce an energizing effect on the body.
A group of synthetic hormones usually derived from testosterone, that promote storage of protein and the growth of muscle tissue.
A crisis situation, often involving human suffering beyond the normal range, that causes emergency personnel, family members, or bystanders to experience a strong physical, mental, or emotional reaction that interferes with usual coping skills.
Acts of violence by one family or household member against another.
Employee Assistance Programs (EAPs)