Here’s how stress affects women differently than men, and what you can do to ensure a stress-free lifestyle.
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Work-related morning stress could promote unhealthy eating behavior at dinnertime.
People who ride their bike to work are less stressed than those who take public commute or drive a car.
Alpacas could feel stressed during shearing procedure and their position during the procedure could influence the amount of stress they feel.
Pet dogs could serve as social support for children, lessening the kids' stress.
Severe weather and other natural disasters brought by climate change can immediately affect mental health in the form of trauma or shock.
Physical stress of running in a marathon could cause a short-term kidney damage that typically lasts fro two days.
Employees who have healthy sex life are more likely to be happier in their jobs and more engaged in the office.
More than half of Americans consider the current political climate as either somewhat or very significant source of stress in their lives.
According to a recent published research conducted by David Baker and Dr. Guillermo Perez Algorta from Lancaster University as reported by Science Daily, there is a strong relationship between online social media use and the development of depression.
The sensation of being "fake" in the workplace, or more commonly known as "the impostor phenomenon" might have a negative impact in career prospects and business.
Researchers have confirmed that stress affects boys and girls differently after observing the surrounding brain bructure of male and female patients suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).
A new study revealed that people who are smoking marijuana are more likely to experience an uncommon heart muscle malfunction that can mimic the symptoms of a heart attack.