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Using digital technologies does not directly cause stress, but social media can increase awareness of problems facing friends and family, and this stress is “contagious,” researchers said.
A recent study has led to the development of a new wearable which claims to calm stress and anxiety.
The ability to videochat with family and friends might help relieve stress among some hospitalised kids, according to a new study.
Typing the word "stress" in the App Store research bar produces a multitude of apps oriented towards detecting and reducing stress, most of which are presented as lighthearted distractions.
State-of-the-art sensors that can measure stress levels, mood, posture, performance and even smell took centre stage at Asia's top high-tech fair in Tokyo.
The next addition to the collection of health apps coming online for smartphones may be a stress test, researchers said at a recent conference.
Working outside an office may spare you from commutes and interruptions by colleagues but it also makes you more vulnerable to unpaid overtime, stress and insomnia, the UN said.
According to a recent Canadian study, having more than 300 friends on Facebook can have a negative effect on a teenager's level of the stress hormone cortisol.
Google Maps is launching a new commute tab this week, aimed at helping users shave time and stress from their daily commute to work.
Digi-Pet service is a new solution to take the stress out of air travel for pets and their owners.