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Stressed out? Scientists may have found the answer in your kidneys

They found that as the cells moved from one organ to the next along the axis their structure and tissue were visibly and increasingly changed.

Online and emoting: Preventing youthful tragedy

What happens when someone posts suicidal thoughts on Facebook, TikTok or Instagram? What if the post’s intentions aren’t clear to the average reader?

By ARNIE DRAIMAN
14/01/2021
Stress Relief Techniques

Stress-busters: For the light at the end of the tunnel

We must exercise the resilience that will lead to the post-traumatic growth that has helped us get through all that we have in the past, and see that long-awaited light at the end of the tunnel.

By DR. BATYA L. LUDMAN
07/01/2021

Corona and beyond: What we can learn about stress from COVID-19 pandemic

It behooves us to learn how to strengthen our emotional health in preparation for the inevitable next time we face challenges to our emotional health.

By MORDECHAI KATZ
24/12/2020

Ask Jess: Coping with nagging

Some timely advice from a career/relationship coach and adviser

By JESSICA FELDMAN
12/11/2020

Preparing for death means important conversations

The concept of a good death is in no way an oxymoron.

By DR. BATYA L. LUDMAN
03/09/2020

Warsaw zoo will administrate CBD to its elephants to reduce their stress

The lucky elephants chosen to take part in the first-of-its-kind pilot, are three African elephants that will be administrated with the liquid doses of CBD extract through their trunks.

Israeli, Austrian studies: Stress too high among medical staff

26.9% of doctors in Sheba research report anxiety scores above cutoff levelץ

'Mental health pandemic': A coronavirus side effect

HEALTH AFFAIRS: Are depression, stress and an expected rise in suicides more severe than the COVID-19 disease?

How did you sleep through your alarm? TAU study reveals how deep we sleep

During deep sleep, unless a sound is powerful enough like an alarm clock, or instinctually meaningful like a baby's cry, our brain will rarely acknowledge them

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