New findings suggest common concepts cited in textbooks may need to be adjusted.
Closer social relationships in childhood and being raised by a family with higher socioeconomic status was linked to people being more optimistic during midlife and increased chances of living to an older age. Those who were more disadvantaged growing up and experienced psychosocial stressors tended to experience more stressful events during midlife and had an increased risk of early death.
Female mice who experienced early life stress developed problems and had fewer neurons in areas of the brain responsible for regulating emotions and making sense of rules, researchers report.
According to a new study, sleep loss can have a negative impact on memory recollection, especially during stressful situations.
A new smart device can measure electrical signals from your skin, providing the potential to track your emotions and stress level.
A new study reports prolonged exposure to stress can result in structural changes to the amygdala in mice.
Researchers have identified a series of genes that could modulate the effect of mood and the response to stress on lifespan.
A new study reports women with symptoms of clinical depression have lower levels of klotho in their blood.
A new study reports stresses experienced in early life could change areas of the brain responsible for learning, memory and emotional processing.