To reduce burnout and retain staff, should hospitals embrace on-site childcare?
A son finds that his father’s alcoholism complicates efforts at elder care during the pandemic.
For decades, researchers have looked at social factors to explain the greater presence of disease in Black populations. But the stress of experiencing racism causes great harm, too.
A calmer brain can lead to a healthier body. Researchers are beginning to pinpoint just where those benefits are coming from.
The first surge of COVID-19 led to burnout, debilitating stress and suicide among hospital workers. How can we protect them better as infections once again start to rise?
An unusual syndrome connects grief and stress to cardiac damage. Discoveries about its physiology reveal a complex connection to the brain.
Pilot programs teach kids and parents skills for coping with stressful lives.
A stressful childhood can have psychological and physiological fallout in adulthood. Researchers are now narrowing in on how stress wounds the brain and the body.
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