While catching the common cold may seem like no big deal, it could be a symptom of a deeper problem: burnout.
When your student comes home for the holiday, you may want to ask them about the stressors of college life: classes, significant others, funds, and the state of politics.
Do you obsessively check your work email account when you’re out of the office? You might be harming your romantic relationships — and your mental health — a new study from a Virginia Tech expert shows.
(NEW YORK) — Summer is just a few weeks away, meaning the time when many Americans hit the road for vacation is upon us. Seventy-four percent of civilian workers had access to paid vacations in…
More than a third of D.C.-area office professionals say work-related issues regularly cause them to lose sleep, according to a new survey.
Stress isn’t just for adults. Kids and teens are experiencing more stress than ever before, and it’s causing lifelong health effects.
Here are eight wacky, albeit science-backed, ways to de-stress.
A clinical psychologist has advice for both children and adults on how to deal with tragic events such as the mass shooting in Las Vegas.
For the first time in 10 years, stress levels are on the rise. An expert shares some simple tips on how to manage everyday stress.
If you feel overwhelmed by the news lately, don’t worry. You’re not alone. Here are some ways you can read the news without it stressing you out.
While yoga and meditation can certainly help decrease stress levels, you can achieve faster results with supplements.
Just because you and your relatives share blood, doesn’t mean you share the same opinions. Etiquette expert Lizzie Post discusses dodging politics at cocktail parties, plus more advice on keeping the peace.
By understanding how your body handle stress, and following these five tips to manage it, you can take charge of your body and your mind.
The National Alliance on Mental Illness has a guide for caregivers and students with information they should be aware of in the early days of college.
The back-to-school season can be stressful for parents and kids, but there are ways to help alleviate the potential for anxiety.
The three-part series "The making of Marion Barry" looks at how the future mayor got his start in the civil rights movement, how he became a power player in the city and his enduring legacy.