Experts Say Too Much Bad News Can Actually Make You SickOur brains are equipped to handle stress relating to trauma. However, constant exposure to trauma can derail our ability to cope and hinder our ability to return to a relaxed state.
Do Therapy Dogs Actually Like Their Jobs? Study Says YesA new study published in Applied Animal Behaviour Science has found that therapy dogs are not "stressed" by their work with patients and actually seem to enjoy the activity in many cases.
Study Says Couples Are Happier When They Share The ChoresHousehold chores can be a major source of resentment and stress in many relationships, and doing the dishes is the most dreaded task of all, according to a recent study.
CaregiversAuthors Suzanne Asaff Blankenship and Nadine Roberts Cornish share tips on staying sane while looking after an aging loved one.
Tips To Help Students Manage STAAR Test StressStudents in schools across Texas will be taking the STAAR test on Tuesday, and this can come with a lot of stress and anxiety. Those are two emotions that you do not want kids to feel on an important testing day.
Chronic Stress Linked To A Bigger Waistline In New StudyStress has been linked to a range of physical and mental health problems including high blood pressure, heart disease, a suppressed immune system, and sleep trouble.
Studies: Gratitude Improves Well-Being On Day-To-Day BasisNew research proves once again that feelings of gratitude improve a person's sense of well-being.
Jordan Spieth Meltdown Proves Stress Doesn't DiscriminateA 12th hole collapse on Sunday ended all chances of Jordan Spieth winning the Masters and claiming another green jacket.
Top 5 Surprising Ways To Help You Fall Asleep40-million Americans suffer from long-term sleep disorders, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
5 Simple Exercises That Lower StressLooking to lower stress? Try these exercises from Dr. Tami Meraglia, author of "The Hormone Secret: Discover Effortless Weight Loss and Renewed Energy in Just 30 Days."
College Students Report More StressAn annual survey of college freshmen found that incoming students at four-year universities last fall devoted half as many hours to hanging out with friends as those in 1987.