Vietnam-era women veterans suffer with stress-related mental health conditions, including posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), major depression and generalized anxiety disorder, more than four decades after their service. Women veterans represent the fastest growing group among
Science says that not getting up and moving intermittently can negatively impact your health and lead to a host of problems. Does your job entail sitting glued to the chair for long hours? Science says
A study involving military veterans with PTSD and cirrhosis of the liver points to an abnormal mix of bacteria in the intestines as a possible driver of poor cognitive performance — and as a potential
Scientists have discovered that a receptor on the surface of brain cells plays a key role in regulating how both animals and people respond to stress. The research suggests that the receptor may represent an
In 2017 there were nearly 350,000 incidents of workers taking sick leave due to injuries affecting muscles, nerves, ligaments or tendons — like carpal tunnel syndrome — according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
A quirk of the body clock that lures some people to sleep at 8 p.m., enabling them to greet the new day as early as 4 a.m., may be significantly more common than previously believed.
Stress doesn't rise or diminish over our lifetime, it simply changes in its causes and its nature. We can't stress-proof our life, unfortunately, but we can learn how to deal with it in the best
The way you act in your relationship and how you cope with stress may seem like completely different facets of your personality — but psychologists say the two are more connected than you think. “Our
Most non-traumatic fatalities among high school and college football athletes do not occur while playing the game of football, but rather during conditioning sessions which are often associated with overexertion or punishment drills required by
The levels of stress in dogs and their owners follow each other, according to a new study from Linköping University, Sweden. The scientists believe that dogs mirror their owner’s stress level, rather than vice versa.