Think twice before you cyberstalk—seeing someone online may make face-to-face interactions more stressful
The source is age-old problems like what they should do after high school
There’s a reason why you should never let ’em see — or smell — you sweat. You appear not just less confident, but less competent and less trustworthy as well.
As U.S. suicide rates rise, experts are divided over which strategies save more lives
Worrying about making ends meet, it seems, can occupy enough of the brain‘s finite thinking power that it makes it difficult to think clearly.
Therapy is all about learning how to cope and manage difficult situations better, but sessions may not always equip patients with the practical tools they need to face challenges when they occur.
When choir members sing together, it’s not just their voices that join in harmony.
(UPDATED) Under stress, we all tend to seek comfort — sometimes in not-so-healthy ways — but a new study suggests that challenging experiences are as likely to promote good habits as they are to support bad ones.
When faced with a challenge, whether you deny the problems it poses or dive in to solve them in a positive way may determine how much anxiety you feel overall.
While it might seem that your body and brain aren’t doing much when you’re on break, relaxing triggers a flurry of genetic activity that is responsible for some important health benefits.
The results are the first to suggest a trans-generational contributor to the developmental disorder.
Needles may not seem like the best tool for treating stress, but acupuncture could be tapping into basic biological systems that keep stress under control.