Experts See Uptick In Vivid, Weird Dreams During Coronavirus PandemicIf you've been having weird dreams since the coronavirus pandemic started, you aren't alone.
Study: Stressful Pregnancy Reduces Chances Of Having A BoyStress during pregnancy can be harmful for both mom and baby, experts say.
Your Eyes May Be the Window Into Your StressResearchers have identified an objective way to measure just how stressed you are and it's all about the eyes.
Increased Activity In Part Of Brain Could Predict Stress-Related Heart Attack RiskStress and heart attacks have long been linked, but researchers at Massachusetts General Hospital may now know exactly why.
Wearable Technology Monitors Your StressSpire allows you to track your daily stress levels.
Local Researchers Use Toenails, Ponytails To Better Understand CancerToenail and ponytail samples hold the keys to understanding certain diseases in humans.
Study Shows Stress Affects Women More Than MenA new study shows stress at work takes a disproportionate toll on women.
Give Stress A VacationSummer vacation is a great time to slow down and sort of hit the reset button by letting go of some of the stresses of daily life.
Stress Of Commuting Affects Men And Women DifferentlyResearch has found the psychological impact of commuting affects men and women in very different ways.
5 Simple Exercises That Lower StressLooking for a way to lower stress? Try these five exercises from Dr. Tami Meraglia, author of "The Hormone Secret: Discover Effortless Weight Loss and Renewed Energy in Just 30 Days."
Ten Things For Heart HealthExperts from Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center offer 10 Tips to Heart Health.
When @#%!! Threatens the HeartWe all have times when bad temper gets the best of us. But letting anger escalate to an outpouring of rage can unleash more than just harsh words.
Staying the Course Mindfulness and Long-Term Weight ManagementLosing weight is hard. Keeping it off is even harder.
Stress-Busting During The Christmas RushThe holidays are supposed to be joyful and peaceful. That fact is, however, they can be a trigger for a mountain of stress.
Doctors Link Stress To White Blood Cell ProductionChronic stress has been linked to heart disease for decades, but the exact connection hasn't always been clear.