When things go wrong, materialistic people go on shopping sprees.
Researchers discovered that after the 2008 economic downturn, there was a sharp increase in male suicides.
Researchers found that a lack of oxygen could cause bouts of inflammation for people with chronic intestinal inflammation.
Researchers found that if aboriginal women were more educated and had higher incomes, they would have a reduced risk of violence.
Financial insecurity can be dangerous. New research reveals that women experiencing multiple instances of money stress are significantly more likely to become victims of violence.
Researchers found that African American workers are more likely to sleep less than white American workers are.
Researchers found that the clergy are more likely to suffer from depression or anxiety due to excess stress.
Researchers found that for people with a history of depression, going through a separation or divorce can increase the risk of a depressive episode drastically.
Wolves howl when a member of their pack leaves because they care- not because they are stressed.
A new study found that grandmothers who are fulltime caregivers of their grandkids experience more depressive symptoms in comparison to grandmothers who are not caregivers.
Debt affects more than just your finances- it can also put your health in danger.
How a mother sees herself may predict her child's brain development and stress levels, according to a new study.
Researchers found that meditation can help smokers quit even if they did not aim to use meditation as a smoking cessation aid.
Researchers found that men also experienced sexual lows post childbirth.
Stress in the first few days of life can forever affect eating behavior, a new study suggests.
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