Burnout and poor work-life balance are a bigger problem for doctors than other professions
The distress of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) hurts not only the victims of trauma, but their loved ones as well, particularly their spouses or partners. Now a study suggests that a new type of couples therapy may help.
Most men prefer leggy and lean women, Gisele Bündchen lookalikes, right? Not necessarily.
Are you sick of your commute to work? Bad news: It might actually be making you sick.
In a new self-help book, Shapiro offers instruction for dealing with negative emotions by using a tried-and-true therapy for PTSD.
You may want to stay off the roads early next week: a new study shows that the risk of fatal car crashes goes up on tax day.
When you’re already plagued with relationship spats and financial woes, why is it that your immune system seems to abandon you too?
It’s counterintuitive, but under stress we tend to focus more on the rewards than on the risks of any decision.
Month three of boot camp has begun, but the pounds stubbornly refuse to budge. Could a food diary — or lack thereof — be the culprit?
About a dozen upstate New York girls have been diagnosed with a psychogenic disorder. Does that make their symptoms any less real?
Meditation isn’t just for hippies any more. And it’s not all about saying ommmm
Take a load off, Mom and Dad: pressuring yourself to be perfect parents isn’t always helpful