Psychological stress from the pandemic may be widespread, but those who have had COVID-19 are at much higher risk for new mental health problems than individuals who have managed to avoid the virus, according to a new study. Additionally, researchers have found the BA.2 version of the Omicron variant of the coronavirus – while potentially more transmissible than its BA.1 predecessor – has not led to more hospitalizations or more severe disease in South Africa.
Fingerpaint announced a new partnership with Thrive Global aimed at educating employees through personal health and wellness content and empowering them with the tools they need to improve productivity and manage stress.
McCann Worldgroup has partnered with Cigna International Markets in their latest initiative, which is helping the world see stress differently.
Adults who have a regular bedtime are likely to weigh less than those who do not, to have lower blood sugar and to face a lower risk of heart disease and diabetes, according to a U.S. study.
Brain scans obtained during psychological stress might someday help doctors identify people who are at higher risk for heart disease, a new study suggests.
(Reuters Health) – Up to one in four jobs are “high strain,” and people in these lines of work may be at increased risk of stroke, according to a new analysis of past research. Based on studies that included nearly 140,000 participants, researchers found an overall 22 percent higher stroke risk among those in high-strain […]