Most of us spend way too much of our time worrying. We actually could be hurting our health by worrying about our health.
Researchers from Purdue University found that when children with autism were exposed to companion animals, their stress levels dropped.
Research on the connection between your gut and your brain is still in its infancy.
Jill Schlesinger reports the easiest place to begin reducing work-related stress may be in the way you deal with email.
Looking 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.”
The 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.
An annual survey from the American Psychological Association looks at Stress in America.
Dr. Garabedian was here to speak with us about how stress can affect a person’s life.
The research found that frequent internet and social media use does not raise stress levels for either sex. What’s more, women who use social media or email for picture sharing were actually less stressed than their tech-eschewing counterparts.
There are many things that can trigger feelings of anxiety but one of the most recently studied areas has been sleep – or lack of it.
A new report looks at an inexpensive but quite effective method to reduce the stress associated with heart disease.
Researchers say they looked at 97 healthy 10- to 14-year-old girls with either a maternal history of depression or no history of the disorder.
Students at Drexel are part of a study on the effect of so-called “therapy” dogs on their stress levels.
A new report from Credit Donkey ranks Philly the third most stressful city in the state.
Stress may really be going to your head. Younger women are suffering from hair loss because of stress.