Flies lacking Ets21c died much faster when exposed to oxidative stress. Findings reveal a new molecular switch that could be responsible for a longer life and stress resilience.
Choosing a path to empathy can affect a person's health and well-being, a new study reports.
Women aged 50 to 70 are more likely to consume alcohol at levels that exceed low-risk drinking guidelines than younger women. They are also more likely to perceive their drinking behavior as normal and acceptable, so long as they appear in control and respectable.
A $1 raise in minimum wage was associated with a drop in suicide rates of between 3.5 to 6% in people with a high school education or less. The effect, researchers say, appears to be strongest during times of high unemployment.
Researchers reveal almost one in three people discharged from hospital ICUs have persistent symptoms of depression.
A new study reveals how parental stress impacts the holiday season for children. One in five parents say their children have unrealistic expectations for the season, while one in four parents admit to setting overly idealistic expectations for themselves to ensure a perfect holiday. Mothers become more stressed by holiday preparations than fathers.
A new study reveals the 2016 may have triggered OCD-like symptoms in some people. Researchers report some people are having politically focused intrusive thoughts and associated ritualistic behaviors due to political stressors.
91% of parents say their family is less stressed when they eat together, and 64% of adults report they wish they could share a meal together with their families more often. Researchers say connecting with others, stress reduction, and taking time to slow down are the biggest benefits of a shared family meal time.