Japanese city eyes robots to attend classes for students with anxiety issues
A city in southwest Japan plans to let robots attend classes in place of students who miss them due to anxiety, stress and other mental heal...
Discrimination during pandemic significantly harmed Asian American students’ mental health: study
The mental health of Asian American students was significantly harmed due to the rise of anti-Asian discrimination fueled by the COVID-19 pa...
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New study finds Buddhism can lower the risk of depression
Researchers at Chiang Mai University in Thailand have linked the observation of Buddhist precepts to a lower risk of developing depression....
‘I was stressed at work, so I set the store on fire’: Burned-out Japanese part-time worker arrested for arson
Tatsuya Matsuzawa, a 32-year-old part-time worker, was arrested for arson in Japan.
Matsuzawa reportedly set Ken Depot Soka Sezaki Store i...
Apps are Trying to Cash In on the Adult Coloring Book Fever
People appear to be spending hundreds of dollars on adult coloring apps and fueling America’s continual obsession with this popular form of ...
Science Confirms Listening to Live Music is an Amazing Stress Reducer
If you have been feeling a bit stressed out, science recommends that you try going out to a concert to make you feel better.
5 Incredibly Easy Ways to be Happy, According to Science
Science has the answer for almost everything, so it makes sense to seek help from science when you need to cheer up a bit. Instead of findin...
‘Rage Rooms’ Offer Customers a New Way to Relieve Stress for $20
If angry girlfriends had titanium bats to smash china plates and glass vases for each time their thoughtless boyfriends screwed up, the worl...
What Bill Gates, Elon Musk and Steve Jobs Can Teach Us About Managing Stress
Everyone has stress in their lives, but not everyone deals with it in a constructive way. Business leaders especially must learn how to mana...
Drinking Coffee May Actually Help You Manage Stress, New Study Reveals
It’s been widely speculated that caffeine may have an inverse effect on chronic stress, and a new study may have finally figured out why.
This One Word Is the Key to Never Getting Frustrated
Imagine you are in your car driving to work in the morning. As usual you are in a hurry, and traffic is backed up because stupid people have...
Science Has Terrible News For People Who Procrastinate
Procrastination could be harming you a lot more than you think.
New research published in the Journal of Behavioral Medicine found that peop...
New Study Shows This Activity Can Actually Make You Happier When You Feel Overworked
If you’ve ever felt like your life was being consumed by work, you might want to start volunteering.