17 Feb 2016
London: More than just giving you grey hair, the challenges associated with parenting - such as sleep deprivation, stress and chronic infections - can radically rewire your immune system, new research has found.
25 Nov 2015
London: People suffering from chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) can experience higher levels of visual stress than those without the condition, according to new research.
19 Sep 2015
New Delhi: Munch on cashews, berries and chocolate to counter the ill-effects of an unhealthy lifestyle, says an expert. Here is a list of stress-busting food items:
18 Nov 2015
Toronto: Raising questions about the effectiveness of self-help books, researchers have found that consumers of self-help books are more sensitive to stress and show higher depressive symptoms.
29 Dec 2015
New Delhi: Inaugurating National Conference of Schedule Castes and Schedule Tribes entrepreneurs in the national capital, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today stressed on employment generation.
05 Oct 2015
London: Scientists have discovered a protein that can help develop new strategies to treat the effects of stress on the body. The protein, called TRPV1, is found to be controlling the "fight or flight" response that we experience in stressful situations.
24 Nov 2015
New Delhi: The major stress on state-run banks due to bad loans will progressively commence easing once issues are gradually resolved in various sectors including implementation of reforms in the power sector, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said yesterday.
19 Dec 2015
Mumbai: The government had offered the noted Bollywood actor Rishi Kapoor the chairmanship of Central Board of Film Certification, but he declined it because he felt it was a thankless job, he claimed today.
15 Aug 2015
New York: Stressful events are not associated with cancer, researchers have said, adding that people suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) are not at the risk of developing the deadly disease.
21 Jan 2016
London: Did you notice why you suddenly start moving in the other direction when in stress? Blame your brain as people experiencing anxiety have more activity on the right side of the brain, causing them to walk in a leftward trajectory, researchers report.