Feeling stressed, ladies? You’re not alone. Women are more likely than men to report increased stress levels — and to feel the physical and emotional symptoms of stress.
Discover the truth about questions that pique your curiosity in our “Short Answer” series. Clinical psychologist Scott Bea, PsyD, answers this one.
For women juggling family and work tasks, the stress can often lead to burnout. But it doesn’t have to be this way and an expert explains how.
Many people believe that keeping a Himalayan salt lamp in their home or office can provide several health benefits. But is there any truth to these claims? An expert explains.
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If your child has an imaginary friend, you may wonder if this is normal. Learn how to handle an imaginary friend and when you should talk to a pediatrician.
COVID-19 has canceled and limited sports seasons, and many student athletes are struggling with the loss. These tips from a sports psychologist can help.
Almost a year into the COVID-19 pandemic, people are struggling. These eight strategies can help you manage the pandemic stress until we come out on the other side.
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As humans, we crave independence and autonomy. So it comes at no surprise that most of us don’t like being told what to do. But what happens when what we’re being asked to do has to do with the safety of ourselves and those around us? A behavioral health therapist explains.