Reaction

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Reaction

A decline in prices following an advance. Opposite of rally.

Reaction

A decrease in price following an increase in price. A reaction connotes a slow decline; it is the opposite of a recovery.

reaction

A decline in security prices following a period of rising security prices.
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Severe stress reactions to significant life events or trauma were linked to a heightened risk of several types of CVD, especially during the first year after diagnosis, with a 64% higher risk among people with a stress-related disorder compared to their unaffected sibling.
"A stress reaction is a precursor to a stress fracture," Cubs president of baseball operations Theo Epstein said July 21.
"We do believe the stress reaction is what has been bugging him all the way back to the end of May.
The team says that "this obviously inherited stress reaction in turn predisposes us to learn these animals as dangerous or disgusting.
Valid and reliable tools used in Turkey include the Posttraumatic Stress Reaction Index for Children and Adolescents, the Clinician-Administered PTSD Scale for Children and Adolescents, and the Supplement of The Schedule for affective Disorders and Schizophrenia-Present and Lifetime Version for School Aged Children.
Conclusion: Total thoracoscopic surgery promoted the recovery of coronary artery fistulae complicated with ectasia, improved cardiac remodeling and cardiac function, and alleviated stress reaction, with well-proved safety.
In this population, pars injuries are one of the primary causes of back pain and include defects ranging from a stress reaction with interosseous edema to incomplete fracture to non-union.
Contralateral femoral cortical stress reaction may also be observed.
The 21-year-old heptathlete suffered a "stress reaction" in her foot when putting the finishing touches to preparations for the Commonwealth Games.
He said these workshops are one of the main reason of depression, annoyance, frustration, anxiety, stress reaction and fatigue.
"A 52-year-old woman was taken to another hospital because of smoke inhalation and a stress reaction," she added.
"We all know for one thing, Police Chief Superintendent Elmer Soria and many of our police officers from Region 8 have been through a lot for the past days and they may be experiencing what you may call 'acute stress reaction'," he said.