With great empathy comes great stress as well!
Pocillopora damicornis — one of the most abundant and widespread reef-building corals in the world — may help us better understand how anthozoans deal with stress.
Turns out “I’m hangry” is a legitimate excuse after all.
There are plenty of jokes about how marriage will end your life — but the science says that the union is actually good for health.
Intelligent behavior emerging from a group of relatively unintelligent organisms.
Waking up on the wrong side of the bead is a real thing.
This explains why some people fail exams despite having studied for it.
Use this power for good!
Stress and memory don’t mix very well.
Smell seems to be the easiest way to hack a brain.
Time to hit the gym!
Stress can trigger changes in the bacterial colonies that occupy the gut, similarly to obesity.
That’s not necessarily a good thing, however.
Stress — it’s never good for you. But sometimes, it’s worse.
Get your kids a dog.
We’re still not sure if it happens in women too.
Truth be told, sex improves most experiences.
New research has found evidence of emotional burden sharing (also known as load sharing) between partners in a close relationship. The study, co-authored by Queen’s University PhD candidate Jessica Lougheed, found that a strong personal relationship can help ease stress when placed in difficult situations.
If you find it hard to focus, you’re feeling a lack of enthusiasm or simply are stressed, a walk during lunch hours might do wonders for you. A new study has found that just with a walk, you could fight all those issues.