Experts Weigh In On How To Handle Holiday StressThanksgiving can be stressful under normal circumstances, but it may be more so this year.
Seasonal Affective Disorder: Seven Tips For Coping With The ‘Winter Blues’Health experts are concerned the more common effects of the pandemic—stress, anxiety, social isolation—will make seasonal affective disorder (a form of depression typically brought on by the shorter daylight hours and gray skies of winter) worse this winter
Keep Up the Holiday Cheer This SeasonDuring the holidays, it’s normal to feel stressed out by the demands of shopping, parties and even family gatherings.
Stress During Pregnancy May Harm Unborn Baby's Brain, Studies FindThe stress a woman feels during pregnancy can affect the developing brain of her unborn child as documented on fetal brain scans, according to a new study published Monday in the medical journal JAMA Open Network
Drug Overdoses Linked To Post-Traumatic Stress, Johns Hopkins Study FindsWitnessing or experiencing a drug overdose can lead to the development of post-traumatic stress disorder symptoms, a study from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health found.
Parents Of School-Aged Kids Drinking More During COVID-19 Pandemic, Maryland Researchers FindNew research suggests parents of school-aged kids are drinking more during the pandemic, Maryland researchers found.
Expert Says Constant Exposure To Videos Of Police Brutality Can Lead To Toxic Stress, Psychological TraumaAdults aren't just working to deal with the stress from COVID-19, but also the stress of racial inequality. Mental health experts say its important you learn how to cope with it all.
Stressed Pets: How To Stop It Now And When You Go Back To WorkFor some pets used to more regular routines and serious alone time, the sudden reality of 24/7 intimacy could be nerve-racking, even catastrophic, especially if there are small children in the home.
Link Between Stress, Hair Turning Prematurely Gray Revealed In Animal StudyHarvard University scientists think they have the answer -- at least in mice.
Crying On The Job? You're Not Alone, With 8 In 10 Workers Shedding TearsMore than 8 in 10 workers admit to crying at work, with almost half of those saying they were driven to tears because of their bosses or colleagues, according to a new survey from career site Monster.com.
Baltimore Fourth-Most Stressed City In U.S., Study SaysA new study from Wallethub ranks Baltimore the fourth most stressed city in the country.
Stress From Work, Home Can Harm Women’s Hearts. Here’s What To Do.Even with supportive spouses, many women still find themselves helping the kids with homework and cleaning up household messes, often while scrambling to make dinner after a 10-hour work day filled with deadlines and challenging colleagues.
Study: Child Behavioral Issues Linked To Parents With Childhood TraumaA new study has found a link between the stressful childhoods some parents had and the behavioral issues their own children developed.
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.
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."