Nepal quake takes toll on orthopedic, psychological cases

Thousands of people who survived but were injured in the April 25 earthquake in Nepal are likely to face lifelong trauma and stress, doctors have warned.

Special: Rising cases of rage, frustration in India!

Zee Media Special report on the rising incidents of road rage and frustration within every Indian.

Student suicide rekindles Goa's teen-stress debate

 On a hot and sultry day, the heat was perhaps the last thing on 18-year-old Vishnu Natarajan's mind when he jumped to his death from a building's third storey in Ponda town, 35 km from this Goa capital.

Blame chimps for your persistent back pain
Blame chimps for your persistent back pain

Persistent lower back pain could be the result of bones in your spine that share similarities in shape to non-human primates like chimpanzees and orangutans.

Yoga best therapy for non-communicable diseases: Dr Nagendra

Stressing on the need for physical exercise, yoga exponent Dr Nagendra Friday claimed that the practice could be the best therapy for non-communicable diseases (NCDS) like diabetes, asthma, obesity, stress, and hyper-tension.

Worrying is my natural inclination: Reese Witherspoon
Worrying is my natural inclination: Reese Witherspoon

"Wild" actress Reese Witherspoon says it is her natural inclination to worry about everything.

Sugary drinks hamper body's normal stress response

Do you always pick up a soda can from the refrigerator every time you feel a little stressed?

Groundwater level in Noida under 'stress': CGWA tells NGT

Central Ground Water Authority (CGWA) Thursday told the National Green Tribunal that groundwater level in Noida is under "stress" and recommended cap on number of houses being owned by individuals.

Is too much exposure to outdoors bad?

Several studies have linked exposure to nature with improved human health and well-being. But how much of the nature's dose do we really need?

Higher prevalence of diseases among drivers: Study

Drivers have a higher prevalence of diseases, including obesity and hypertension, in comparison to other working professionals, according to a study released on Friday.

Relationship quality directly linked to mortality, blood pressure

A team of researchers has directly linked mortality and blood pressure to relationship quality.

Stress an inherent part of life, but it does not last forever: Dr Samir Parikh

Every human being experiences stress at some or the other point of time in life. Thanks to our tiring jobs, faulty eating habits, pollution and, most of all, our lethargy, which adds to the cause of stress.

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Yoga best way to be healthy: Minister

Observing that yoga is the best way to keep healthy, central minister Jitendra Singh has said that the government will hold yoga training from next month for its employees.

Harry Styles takes up yoga to relieve stress?
Harry Styles takes up yoga to relieve stress?

Boy band One Direction star Harry Styles has reportedly taken to yoga and meditation to relieve stress.

Living near 'greened' vacant spaces soothes heart, lowers stress

A new study has revealed that turning vacant lots into attractive green plots may make life less stressful for city residents.

Zayn Malik quits One Direction tour due to stress
Zayn Malik quits One Direction tour due to stress

Zayn Malik is taking a break from One Direction's current tour due to stress.

'Long-sought culprit' in mystery behind heart failure identified

A team of researchers has identified "the long-sought culprit" in the mystery behind a cell-signaling breakdown that triggers heart failure.

Mindfulness-based stress reduction improves quality of life in obese women

A new study has revealed that mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR) improves quality of life in obese women and may decrease fasting glucose.

Brain waves reveal insomnia risk

Stress may trigger insomnia, but those with a lower amount of a particular pattern of brain waves are at even greater risk of developing the disorder, research has found.