Stress may refer to: Contents 1 Sciences, 2 Music, 3 Other uses, 4 See also, 5 References, Sciences: Stress (biology), Stress (linguistics), Stress (mechanics), Stress (psychological), Stress ball, Stress management, Abiotic stress, Biotic stress, Chronic stress, Jury stress, Minority stress, Occupational stress, Surgical stress, Traumatic stress, Music: Stress accent, a type of accent (music), Artists Formations Stress (pop rock band), an early 1980s melodic rock band from San Diego, Stress (Brazil band), a Brazilian speed metal band, Stress (Neo-Psychedelic band), from the late 1980s, Can "Stress" Canatan, Swedish musician and record producer better known by stage name Stress, Albums Stress (Stress album), self-titled album by Brazilian band Stress above, Stress (Anonymus album), Stress (Daddy Freddy album), 1991, Stress: The Extinction Agenda, 1994 album by Organized Konfusion, Songs "Stress", a song by French band Justice, from † (album), "Stress" (song), 1968 song by Odd Børre, "Stress", a song by Godsmack from Godsmack (album), Other uses: Stress (card game), card game, Stress (journal), a medical journal published by Informa plc, "Stress" (The Unit), an episode of the television series The Unit, STRESS or "Stop The Robberies, and Enjoy Safe Streets", a decoy unit of the Detroit Police Department in the early 1970s "accused of killing 22 black residents and arresting hundreds more without cause during its two-and-a-half-year existence." The controversy created by the unit played a significant role in the election that led to Coleman Young, becoming the first African American mayor of Detroit in 1974.

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