Channelling stress into work can, surprisingly, have good results
Many of us feel under pressure to go to work regardless of whether we feel up to the job - but 'presenteeism' benefits no-one
If left untreated, stress can cause serious illnesses
In addition to the more recognised issues such as acne, hair loss, sexual dysfunction, headaches, muscle tension, difficulty concentrating and fatigue.
The movement, called hypnic myoclonia, occurs when you are stressed or tired
Charity's survey found a majority of 16 to 24-year-olds feared to admit they are struggling with aspects of their life
Female students are more likely to turn to caffeine pills and herbal remedies when stressed, compared with males
Shrien Dewani, who is accused of organising the murder of his wife Anni, has lost a High Court bid to block his extradition to South Africa until he is fit to stand trial.
The departure of Steven Finn saw the bowler become the third player to leave the Tour Down Under after Jonathan Trott and Graeme Swann both returned home early
Stress might be useful for dodging sabre-toothed tigers, but it doesn't help so much with exams
If you have to sit them, you may as well try and pass them too...
Heart attack risk is also lessened in men who exercise in their teen years
It is widely accepted that money can’t buy you love. Now a new study has found that it can buy you happiness – but only up to a point.
As if he had not done enough damage, Mitchell Johnson verbally bounced England on Wednesday. In a press conference in Perth, his home town, the fastest bowler in the world announced that Australia would continue bouncing their opponents.
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