Optimists are better at regulating stress, according to a new study.
A new survey reveals some of the things new mothers miss most about their old lives.
A new study reports that participants who wrote about their emotions and thoughts were more likely to recover faster from physical and mental wounds.
Researchers reported that pregnant women who did not eat seafood were 53 percent more likely to experience high anxiety levels at 32 weeks of pregnancy.
All couples argue, but what they argue about could predict their risk of getting a divorce.
Avoidance strategies can help relieve stress, according to a new study.
The hormone estrogen is the reason why females respond better to stress, a new animal study suggests.
International airports, such as LAX, have recently incorporated a dog therapy program using therapy certified dogs to help relieve stress for travelers.
New research reveals people who think their stress is affecting their health are more likely to suffer heart attacks.
A growing number of heart patients are being diagnosed with cancer, according to a new study. While people with heart failure are surviving more often with heart conditions, new research reveals that they are increasingly more likely to develop cancer.
Researchers found empirical evidence that parents who push their children into activities could be attempting to fulfill their own ambitions and dreams.
Researchers found that stressed male mice's sperm could influence offspring brain development.
Researchers suggest that sticking to old habits could be more beneficial and less stressful than focusing on self-control.
It's no secret that stress and exhaustion can sometimes turn us into mindless zombies who overeat and over shop. However, a new study reveals that this lack of control during times of stress can also help boost good habits we've formed over time.
A new study reports that higher levels of stress reduces a woman's facial attractiveness.