Survey: Newark Among America's Most Stressed Out CitiesThe personal finance website ranked the most and least stressed cities in country, comparing 180 cities based on work stress, financial stress, family stress, and health and safety stress.
Author Steve McClatchy Offers Advice On Fighting Job BurnoutWe all know work can be stressful no matter what you do for a living, but at what point does it become a much bigger problem?
New Technology Helps Reduces Stress In The City That Never SleepsNew York City isn't the most relaxing place to live or work. But many people are finding new ways to unwind in the city that never sleeps, thanks to modern day technology.
Check Office Email From Home? Study Says 'Work Without Boundaries' Ruins Health, FamiliesStudy says being "always on" and constantly checking work email to stay on top of your job hurts your health, happiness and family.
HealthWatch: New Device Can Stop A Stroke In Its TracksClot retrievers like the EmboTrap II gives a stroke victim a shot at a normal life.
Club Lets Customers Turn Frustration Into DestructionA new rage-based enterprise encourages people to whack, smash and shatter objects to their heart's content.
Study: Child Behavioral Issues Linked To Parents With Childhood TraumaA new study has found a link between the stressful childhoods some parents had and the behavioral issues their own children developed.
Do Therapy Dogs Actually Like Their Jobs? Study Says YesA new study published in Applied Animal Behaviour Science has found that therapy dogs are not "stressed" by their work with patients and actually seem to enjoy the activity in many cases.
Make The Most Of National Relaxation Day To Lower Stress, Improve Overall HealthAre you feeling relaxed? Hopefully you are, because Tuesday is National Relaxation Day!
Study: Managing Stress Is Key To Getting The Most Out Of A Healthy DietMany people have been trying to eat healthy with less bad fat, and more good fats like olive oil, but that might not be enough.
Study: Women Experience Less Stress After Husbands DieWomen who lose their husbands experience less stress than women who have living spouses, a new study suggests.