People who provide assistance in times of need may not just be helping other individuals. New research shows that helpers may also be benefiting their own health and experience stress relief.
There are several natural ways to cope with stress, such as meditation and exercise. However, a new experiment conducted in medical students suggests that omega-3 supplements may also help alleviate symptoms.
Children can face many stressful situations in school, including academic challenges and peer pressure. However, new research reveals one factor that can help relieve stress for schoolchildren: quality friendships.
Patients living with chronic health conditions may feel worn down from stress. A new study suggests that spiritual or religious practices can help alleviate the anxiety that often stems from such issues.
Children who grow up in poverty can face more stress than young people should, but new research shows that a strong mother figure can shield a child from the negative health effects of stress.
In an effort to maintain overall mental health among children, Peter Gray, a research professor of psychology at Boston College and guest editor of the American Journal of Play, recently published a report on the necessity of creative play.
Any number of health conditions or lifestyle factors can lead to digestive problems, which is one reason why it may be difficult to determine the underlying causes of these types of issues. However, a recent article published by the Huffington Post highlighted several natural ways that individuals can consider using to help promote good digestive health.
Omega-3 fatty acids have been known to help support a number of body functions that are crucial to maintaining good health.
Recent research indicates that there is a growing number of people turning to natural remedies before they seek modern medications.