Friendly therapy dogs have helped some university students in College Station and Corpus Christi reduce stress as they prepare for finals before the winter holiday break.
You’ve heard of sleep walking? Try sleep texting. No joke — experts say they’re seeing more and more people complaining about it.
August is in full swing and that means school is about to start. As incoming freshman and parents experience new situations, there’s an increased likelihood of making mistakes. Check out the big 3!
A new report from the American Academy of Pediatrics said that kids whose parents serve during wartime are at an increased risk for social, emotional and behavioral problems.
From work to kids to personal health, many parents have a lot on their plates and that stress can pile up. But experts say that stressed parents could be doing damage to their children.
A doctor talks about some of the latest medical headlines including the age of new HIV patients, concerns over breast cancer screenings, and stress caused by Facebook.
Thousands of North Texans made their votes count Tuesday at the polls. But along with a sense of patriotism, many voters say they’ve been feeling “Election Stress.”
Billy Gillispie said doctors have ordered him to avoid any stress for 30 days in an effort to bring the Texas Tech basketball coach’s blood pressure down.
Massages. Facials. Pedicures. Americans have all kinds of ways to cope with the hustle and bustle of life. But a special lamp is helping to reduce stress for some North Texans.
A new study finds that men prefer heavier women when under stress. “Our body size preferences are not innate, but are flexible,” said study co-author Martin Tovée.
A fake smile might be better for you than no grin at all, according to a new study that looked at facial expressions and heart rates in stressful situations.
If you think stress is always bad for you, doctors say you’re going down the wrong road.