According to a new study, researchers found that people who lived closer to major roadways had a higher risk of hypertension.
Feeling beautiful can help boost women's ability to cope with personal disappointments, according to a new study.
A new Rutgers study found that long-term unemployed Americans are still struggling to find a job.
Exercise is all it takes stay healthy and stress free. While this is completely true, some small tweaks to your diet can also help reduce stress. Here are some of them:
According to a new survey conducted in Europe, the majority of young oncologists exhibit burnout symptoms.
Staying fit could protect people from depression, according to a new anxiety study.
According to a new study, working longer hours at a manual labor or low socioeconomic status job can increase risk of diabetes.
According to a study, people's personal lives can influence their mental health at work.
The American College of Physicians' new guidelines recommend women with urinary incontinence to try nonsurgical treatment options first, such as Kegel exercises and bladder training.
Even though there are different ways people can boost their metabolism, oftentimes it is the people's habits are the cause of a slow metabolism.
If you are looking for a low-calorie nut option, stock up on pistachios.
Time management is an important tool that people need in everyday life. Here are four ways to improve how you manage your time.
Here are five weird triggers that can make allergy symptoms worse.
Migraines can disrupt people's abilities to carry out every day errands. Here are six habits people can follow to keep migraines at bay.
Having low levels of a specific molecule could explain why stress is more damaging for some people, a new study suggests.