Suicide rates among middle-aged Americans have climbed by nearly 40 percent since 1999, and a study published Friday in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine links that uptick to the economic...
When you mentally prepare yourself for a stressful event — like confronting your boss, or getting into a fight with your partner — do you fantasize that the problem could just disappear?
It is so easy to arrive home from work in a bad mood, cranky and frustrated.
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While she may not have been hopping mad, a Wisconsin woman certainly wasn't happy about being told to leave a McDonald's in Beaver Dam with the animal she says is her support kangaroo.
It can change your appetite and your sleep patterns, even prevent you from seeing a doctor. In fact, financial stress could be affecting your health in ways you never imagined.
Feeling sad or lethargic now that the days are shorter and the temperatures have dropped? Sleeping more often than you want?
Social media users beware — connecting with people online could be damaging to your health.
People who have demanding jobs and job strain are more likely to suffer one type of stroke, a review of previous studies suggests.