Americans are becoming more anxious about every element of their lives from safety to finances to politics.
As well as increasing physical fitness and mental health, martial arts can boost brain cognition too.
Classroom meditation shows promise for improving student attention, focus, happiness and self-awareness.
New weight loss approaches seek to switch off the brain patterns that drive overeating and weight regain. Here's how that works, and how it could help you.
A new study has provided further proof of a link between stress and auto-immune disorders.
Research shows therapy dogs can be beneficial for students in many ways including reducing stress and anxiety, and helping students feel more excited about participating in classroom activities.
Eminem's Stan – how the childhood trauma of Eminem's superfan played its part in a tragic story.
Nearly half of all teachers report having high levels of daily stress. Research shows that when teachers are stressed out, it can negatively affect students and schools.
Musicians and athletes have a lot in common when it comes to performing in the glare of the spotlight.
Statistics on the number of principals receiving verbal threats of violence, being victims of bullying or physical violence have all seen an uptick in the past year.
Childhood adversity doesn't just affect our choices – according to new research, it also weakens the body's fundamental ability to stay healthy in old age.
In a survey of 80 teens and college-aged Americans, most said they'd experienced physical or emotional distress before and after the 2016 presidential election.
Yoga and mindfulness programs in schools have been proven to mitigate or reduce some of the negative impacts of stress on academic achievement and future outcomes.
At less than 2 years old, children of mothers with increasing depressive symptoms can show signs of added stress and quicker cellular aging.
Understanding the role of cortisol in suicide risk may lead to new treatments.
Starting university is a common cause of heightened stress, with many new challenges for students to overcome.
For good health and longevity, the right mindset – and less stress – may be more important than exercise.
Police violence is like a nuclear bomb. The initial impact only causes a fraction of the deaths to come.
Stress has subtle, underlying effects on almost every part of the body, including the heart, gut and immune system.
Despite the delight of not having to work for several days or even weeks, holidays come with pressures.