Being Unemployed Can Be Better For Your Health Than Working, Study SaysResearchers in Great Britain followed over 1,000 unemployed workers, comparing their cholesterol, blood pressure, and other vital levels to those of people who were in poor working environments.
Future Of America The Top Stress Creator For Americans, Survey FindsA report from the American Psychological Association (APA) says the future of the country was the most stressful topic for Americans to think about.
New Numbers Show Increased Stress on CaregiversA new Alzheimer's Association Report shows the growing cost and impact of Alzheimer's Disease on families and the economy.
Technology Stressing You Out? You're Not Alone.A new survey finds rising stress levels over technology use and social media.
EIU Relives Students' Stress With Therapy Dogs on Finals WeekThis is the third year the group has brought dogs to campus, free of charge.
Study: Americans are Stressed Out by Presidential ElectionWhat's stressing you out? More than half of Americans say its the presidential election.
Workplace Discussions on Politics Can Lead to Stress, Survey FindsA new survey finds that more than 1 in 4 younger employees ages 18-34 reported feeling stressed out because of political discussions at work.
There Are Real Benefits to Taking a Break From WorkEmployers who fully support "time off" have noticed an increase in employee well-being and group productivity.
WalletHub: St. Louis is 15th Most Stressed City in USSt. Louis has the sixth highest rate of people diagnosed with depression, and the ninth highest divorce rate.
Stressed Out Watching Blues Playoff Hockey?Local psychologist says the stress isn't necessarily a bad thing.
Coloring Craze Helps Adults Ease StressStudies have shown that adults who pick up crayons or colored pencils may be less stressed after the activity of coloring.
Holidays Both Happy and Stressful - How to Keep Stress to Minimum"One of the things that is so hard to do but necessary is to say 'no thank you' if you can't do some of those extra things that are there," Logsdon says.