Police officers are at an extremely greater risk of having long term physical and mental issues.
Effects of weather conditions on humans has not been taken seriously and a new study speaks of grave consequences like suicides during summer
Health programs should focus on men’s strengths to help them thrive amid societal stressors
A new study published in the Journal of the American Society of Nephrology has linked obesity to kidney problems after heart surgery.
A new study published in the British Medical Journal has revealed that exercises, such as turning your head right to left and back again or nodding your head up and down, led to reduced dizziness within a matter of weeks of starting, and the benefits lasted for at least a year.
A new study, done by researchers at Penn State and University College London, claims that children who are exposed to community violence continue to exhibit a physical stress response up to a year after the exposure.
It is here, at a medical marijuana plantation atop the hills of the Galilee, where researchers say they have developed marijuana that can be used to ease the symptoms of some ailments without getting patients high.
Researchers from the United Kingdom and the Netherlands are saying that not getting enough sleep "jolts the immune system into action in the same type of immediate response shown during exposure to physical stress."
Although modern insight says that pregnant women should move around a lot for a healthy and uncomplicated delivery, a latest study has revealed that women, who work for more than 25 hours a week during pregnancy, could have smaller babies.
Strenuous weather conditions could have adverse effects on an unborn child
Body responds to high dose of stress in unique way A condition that temporarily causes heart failure in people who experience severe stress might actually protect the heart from very high levels of adrenaline.
An ancient form of touch therapy could be bringing relieve to cancer patients following chemotherapy
Could chronic stress be a cause for Alzheimer's? That's what researchers are hoping to figure out from a new Alzheimer's Society funded research project.
A national survey suggests employment, meeting basic needs, living stability, social support, spiritual faith, ability to care for oneself, perceived self-determination, and the ability to adapt to stress are important factors in reducing the risk of violence among veterans.
Tai Chi, an ancient Chinese for of meditative exercise, can make a person's brain bigger and can also help improve memory and thinking in elderly people, a new study has found. The benefits of the art can be gained by practicing it three times and week and it might also delay the onset of Alzheimer's disease, say scientists. Tai Chi is already known to be helpful in relieving stress and help people with heart disease. Practicing Tai chi increases mental activity and that may be helpful in ...