Study: Long-Term Stress Might Make You FatCould constant stress be making you fat?
Scientists May Have Figured Out How Stress And Heart Attacks Are LinkedActivity in the amygdala, a region of the brain associated with fear and stress, can predict your risk for heart disease and stroke, according to a study.
Study: Americans Dealing With Election StressAccording to the American Psychological Association, the election had a lot of Americans feeling stressed out.
Study Says Stress In Your Relationship Is Just As Bad As Stress In The WorkplaceCouples who regularly fight have elevated levels of stress hormones.
Study: Exercise Can Help People Recover From A Sad EventGood news for people working on their fitness—exercise is good for the mind as well as the body.
Dealing With StressThere is no doubt we face a great deal of stress in our lives and many of my patients say it is getting worse. But there are steps you can take to help. The first it to ask for help.
Don't Worry Be Happy...And HealthyMost of us spend way too much of our time worrying. We actually could be hurting our health by worrying about our health.
Study: Pets Could Help Lower Social Anxiety In Children With AutismResearchers from Purdue University found that when children with autism were exposed to companion animals, their stress levels dropped.
Stomach Issues Related To Brain IssuesResearch on the connection between your gut and your brain is still in its infancy.
Philadelphia Jobs Report: Reducing Work Related StressJill Schlesinger reports the easiest place to begin reducing work-related stress may be in the way you deal with email.
5 Simple Exercises That Lower StressLooking for a way to lower stress? Try these five exercises from Dr. Tami Meraglia, author of "The Hormone Secret: Discover Effortless Weight Loss and Renewed Energy in Just 30 Days."
Study Finds Women Impacted Significantly More Than Men By Stress And Its Effect On The HeartThe study looked at over 2,300 women and 1,100 men and found that not only is stress associated with heart attack, but women who suffer a higher rate of stress after heart attack had a more difficult time recovering than men.