Life events (even happy ones) can build up and take a toll on your health. Knowing your triggers can help.
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How to Fight Stress-Related Diseases | Article
No one can avoid all stress -- and a certain amount actually is good for you. But it's always best to keep unhealthy levels in check when possible.
Managing Work-Related Stress | Article
It’s not the job that creates stress, it’s the way a person responds to the urgencies and demands of each workplace environment that makes them stressed or energized.
Cool Off Hot Tempers | Article
When you control your emotions and respond to others' emotions the right way, you can avoid or defuse anger, and enjoy life more.
Change Your Life, Reduce Your Stress | Article
Here are proactive steps you can take to prevent the toll stress takes on your life.
Help Your Children Chill Out | Article
Kids must cope with all the issues, such as violence or global warming, that stress out adults. But they must also handle stresses added by their parents and the media.
Using Yoga to Relieve Stress | Article
Yoga is one of the few stress-relief tools that has a positive effect on all the body systems involved.
Having a bad, short-term or poorly paid job can harm your mental health as much as having no job, according to a new study.
Could Your Job Stress Be Killing You? | Article
Coping with on-the-job anxiety? New research finds that women with demanding jobs are twice as likely to have a heart attack. But these five steps can ease stress and protect your heart.