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A Penn State study finds today's middle-aged are experiencing much higher stress levels than 30 years ago.
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Does money, even when borrowed, make us happier – or does the state of owing money add to our dissatisfaction and stress?
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We know that body language reveals a lot. But language is an even bigger tell if you know what to look for.
When you're in the hospital, doctors might call the shots on the big decisions, but the quality of your stay is extremely dependent on nurses—particularly their competence and compassion. But what if your nurse just doesn't have time for the compassionate part of caring for you?
Your mind doesn't run parallel tasks, it has to trade off one focus for another. The good news is that mindfulness meditation can hone your attention span, and reduce stress and anxiety.
A new study suggests that buying time-saving services leads to increased happiness.
A new study finds that talking to yourself in the third person may help deal with stress.
Health psychologist Kelly McGonigal discusses a three-step process to shift your mindset when anxiety creeps in.
The stress we take on at work now will surely pay off in retirement, right? Well, brace yourself.
RIP to the 9 to 5 work day. Kathryn Minshew (CEO of career directory platform The Muse) is pro-unlimited vacation time and offers her employees a 1-month paid sabbatical after five years. How can we all live this dream?