If going to work means you run the risk of developing an ulcer or biting your nails until there's only cuticle left, congrats -- you may have one of the most stressful jobs in America. But is it the most stressful?
In the first-ever historical comparison of stress levels across the US, researchers have now determined what many of us have suspected: adults are a lot more stressed out now than they were just 25 years ago.
A long commute to work may make it harder for American workers who are “actively disengaged” at work, but commuting isn’t linked to daily stress and worry for “engaged”workers, according to a new Gallup Poll.
Seems “holiday cheer” may be a misnomer, at least according to a new survey. Consumer Reports polled 1,013 adults, revealing that 90 percent of us have at least one thing to complain about the holidays, and 15 percent hate that they’re expected to be nice.
While it has been long assumed that the more time you spend in a rural setting the better your mental health, a new study has shed light on why this is. A team of scientists based in Germany scanned the brains of 32 volunteers from rural and urban areas while they tried to complete puzzles with time …