11 Jun 2014
New York: Scientists have come up with an explanation to why a sudden shock, stress and fear may trigger heart attack and they found that multiple bacterial species living as biofilms on arterial walls could hold the key to such attacks.
21 Feb 2012
Women, although typically more stressed about interviewing, perform better than their male counterparts in job interviews because they handle stress better than guys, say researchers.
25 Jun 2014
Washington: Researchers have developed a device that uses the smart-phone to monitor your stress levels. The device can use any smart-phone to measure the cortical concentration in saliva in less than 10 minutes, researchers said.
01 May 2014
Berlin: A new study reveals that observing someone who is in a stressful situation, is enough to make our own bodies release the stress hormone cortisol, which proves that stress can be contagious.
21 Jun 2014
Washington: LinkedIn has launched a job search app that is available to iOS users in United States. The app promises to keep your search completely private.
16 Jul 2014
Dehradun: Uttarakhand government is planning to provide job reservations for dependents of those killed in the devastating floods last year.
16 Jul 2014
Louis van Gaal arrives for his new job as the manager of one of the world’s biggest clubs – Manchester United – on Wednesday with a heavy weight of expectation, following the World Cup in Brazil where his reputation was greatly enhanced as the Dutch coach.
22 May 2014
New Delhi: The companies are expected to go for aggressive hiring activities this fiscal, with 84 percent of employers surveyed indicating that headcount in their respective firms is set to increase in 2014-15 over the last financial year, said a report.
30 Jul 2014
Washington: A simple blood test can soon reliably predict a person's risk of attempting suicide, significant research reveals. This may be possible because researchers at Johns Hopkins University have discovered a chemical alteration in a single human gene linked to stress reactions.
17 Jun 2014
New York: Your bicycle ride could soon be stress-free as researchers have now designed a ‘mind-reading’ helmet that could allow you to chart the least taxing routes of your travel.