Keeping up with your health and fitness regimen while on vacation can be difficult, especially if the hotel is not equipped with all of your regular wellness needs. Thankfully, many hotels are meeting these needs more than ever.
With taxes due this month, perhaps it’s no surprise that April is also Stress Awareness Month. With that in mind, the personal-finance website WalletHub has produced a report on which states are the most stressful to live in, and which ones are the most chill.
The longer astronauts spend in space, the more likely they are to have viruses like herpes, chickenpox and shingles reactivate, according to new NASA research. The reason may be the same for viral reactivation on Earth: stress.
Researchers found that women who rated their work as “very mentally tiring” were 21 percent more likely to develop type 2 diabetes over the study period compared to those who rated their work as “little or not mentally tiring.”
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.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.