Repeated job losses may be as damaging to heart health as smoking, high blood pressure, or diabetes
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Despite the fact that they have fewer close friends in the workplace, less autonomy, more repetitive jobs and feel less supported by colleagues, black workers report higher levels of satisfaction than white workers do, at least …
The rich really are different — and, apparently more self-absorbed, according to the latest research.
Why medical professionals may be the best messengers for global warning right now
Gabrielle Glaser on what she learned while researching her new book, “Her Best-Kept Secret: Why Women Drink — and How They Can Regain Control”
Improvements in treating depression could lead to broader benefits in other health outcomes.
Study highlights surprising rate of victimization of the mentally ill
Wisdom may come with age, but does happiness follow suit?
Will economic uncertainty make you save more — or spend more? The answer may depend on your childhood experience, a new study suggests.
Fiscal cliff negotiations tested everyone’s patience, but even young children who don’t understand national budgets may show signs of strain during such economic insecurity.
New York City police boosted arrests for public possession of marijuana in recent years, on the assumption that the action would improve public safety.
Thank God it’s Friday. A recent review of 13 studies by a group of European researchers links high work stress with an increase in heart attack risk.