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WASHINGTON — “Don’t stress out.” It’s good advice, and it looks like Americans are taking it. USA TODAY reports that an annual survey released by the American Psychological Association shows that Americans are feeling less stressed…
WASHINGTON — According to the American Psychological, 65 percent of employees say work is a significant source of stress in their lives. Our workplaces continue to be a key stressor, and a new term for…
Having a powerful job can impact the psyches of men and women in opposite ways.
Many people these days are literally working themselves to death. Whether they are trying to advance in their jobs or are workaholics,
they are destroying their mental and physical health.
You\’re probably not surprised to hear that big stressors such as
divorce have a negative impact on health. But a new study out of Oregon State
University found that men who get stressed out by little things, such as traffic,
deadlines and spats with their wife, were more likely to die earlier than those who
The ancient, holistic practice of tapping is gaining popularity with many as a way to cope with and overcome fears, phobias and bad habits.
A new study finds stress can be contagious.
The hearts of devoted fans work harder during big games, a study shows.
In the annual Stress in America report, the American Psychological Association finds that teens are just as stressed as adults.
Not only is stress a contagious natural defense mechanism — researchers say it can present long-term health risks.
CareerCast.com ranks the jobs with the highest and lowest stress levels.