Health care workers and burnout: A doctor’s tips for dealing with stress and anxiety

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NEW YORK — More than half of all health care workers in the U.S. report experiencing professional burnout, a number surely increased as hospitals and clinics are overwhelmed amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Dr. Greg Hammer discussed with PIX11 the key factors that lead to stress and anxiety for many, especially medical professionals.

Plus, Hammer shares tips on what you can do to try to alleviate your own daily and ongoing stress.

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