stress

Tired of the pandemic? Read these tips to overcome the exhaustion

By uclahealth • July 7, 2020

Signs that someone is struggling mentally

By uclahealth • May 15, 2020

Ways to Cope with Covid-19 Related Stress

By uclahealth • April 10, 2020

Tips to Alleviate Stress During a Pandemic

By uclahealth • March 18, 2020

The causes behind bellyaches

By uclahealth • September 30, 2019

Older adults can benefit from regular physical activity. Fortunately, the activity does not need to be strenuous to achieve health benefits. Even a leisurely stroll around the neighborhood or a nearby park can benefit both body and mind. While activities such as hobbies can contribute to maintaining independent, [...]

By UCLA50Plus • November 8, 2018

Dear Doctors: I’ve been hearing on the news that researchers have discovered that when stress causes a heart attack, it all begins in the brain. How does this work? And is it even possible to control the way our brain responds? Dr. Elizabeth Ko and [...]

By Ask the Doctors • August 24, 2018

Dear Doctors: News reports are saying that researchers have figured out how stress causes a heart attack, and that it all starts in the brain. I’ve already quit smoking, I exercise, and have switched to a healthy diet. But how am I going to control my brain?

By Ask the Doctors • July 13, 2018

Dear Doctor: My husband and I are trying to have a baby, but we're having problems conceiving. Could my stress be to blame? Dear Reader: First, let's consider a couple of statistics, specifically as they relate to women. The federal Centers [...]

By Ask the Doctors • April 3, 2018

Some high school seniors and their parents are feeling a little tense right now. The regular admission deadline for college applications was around the first of the year; that means many students applying to highly ranked colleges receive word of acceptance – or rejection [...]

By Leigh Hopper • February 28, 2018