(HealthDay)—Children may benefit, physically and socially, from being allowed to play with less monitoring from mom and dad, a new research review finds.
For children, August means the end of summer and the start of a new school year. That can make many kids nervous and worried.
(HealthDay)—Those extra hours of daylight in the summer contribute to sleep problems experienced by many Americans, experts say.
Secondary school students who follow an in-class mindfulness program report reduced indications of depression, anxiety and stress up to six months later. Moreover, these students were less likely to develop pronounced depression-like ...
Detaching from work—mentally, physically and electronically—is the key to recovery from job stress during nonwork hours, according to a Kansas State University researcher.
People whose minds wander whilst driving, especially when intense, are significantly more likely to be responsible for a crash and are threatening safety on the roads, warns a study in the Christmas issue published in the BM ...
New research has uncovered several factors which could explain why children with asthma are at an increased risk of being bullied.
Depressed mothers are more likely to needlessly wake up their infants at night than mothers who are not depressed, according to Penn State researchers.
Are children as young as five years old so driven by consumerism and fashion that they are in danger of 'losing' their childhood?
Most people worry from time to time. A new research study, led by a Case Western Reserve University faculty member in psychology, also shows that worrying can be so intrusive and obsessive that it interferes in the person's ...