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Taylor Swift says to "shake it off" if you're rejected, but a new study shows that for people with depression, it's not that easy.
Mental health experts have long touted the benefits of a strong social support network, particularly in times of stress. But what if that support network is a source of stress?
A new study from the University of Wisconsin-Madison reveals that marital stress could make people more susceptible to depression.
In recent years, behavioral neuroscientists have debated the meaning and significance of a plethora of independently conducted experiments seeking to establish the impact of chronic, early-life stress upon behavior – both at the time that stress is experienced, and upon the same individuals later in life, during adulthood.
An avalanche of chronic stress — driven by concerns ranging from parenting to discrimination —disproportionately affects poor mothers and fathers.
A new study found that women under 50 with a recent heart attack are more likely to have restricted blood flow to the heart during times of psychological stress.
A recently published study suggests that exposure to social stress not only impairs a mother's ability to care for her children but can also negatively impact her daughter's ability to provide maternal care to future offspring.
Women who experience stressful life events in their 30s, 40s and 50s are more likely to develop dementia and Alzheimer's later in life, according to a Swedish study.
People who believe that stress is having an adverse impact on their health are probably right, because they have an increased risk of suffering a heart attack.
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