Hanging onto bitterness does nothing to settle up with those who have wronged you—and at day's end, it'll lead to anxiety and depression.
Work weeks in excess of 55 hours are especially harmful to women who strive to balance the demands of labor with home life.
Echoing a page from mom's book of axioms, researchers find that excessive television viewing can 'rot your brain' as you age.
Researchers identify dozens of new gene regions linked to insomnia, paving the way for possible therapeutic targets.
For the chronically ill, anxiety often comes with the territory. Here’s how to keep it in perspective.
New research indicates a frail brain could be more susceptible to neurological problems such as dementia, as the patient is less able to cope.
A sedentary lifestyle—including long stretches of sitting at work—is one of the surest routes to health trouble.
It even afflicts those who aren't necessarily considered high risk for emotional problems—and it's particularly pernicious in the late 20s, mid-50s and 80s.
Research shows that people who need these services the most may find it the least accessible—or they'll avoid it altogether because of stigmas.
Yoga, cognitive behavioral therapy and various meditative practices could help back pain sufferers find relief.
Your heart may pay the price.
You can reap the benefits in less time than it takes for a coffee break.
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