A union chief hit out at Aberdeen City Council after a survey suggested stress among staff is at an “all time high”.
The number of notes issued by doctors saying someone is not fit to work due to stress-related disorders increased by 8% last year, new research suggests.
Scientists believe they have uncovered “new evidence” that shows how acute stress can cause hair to turn white prematurely.
Volunteers are needed to help out stressed-out families.
Stress during pregnancy could affect brain development of premature babies, according to new research.
The “physiological wear and tear” from stress around insecure job and housing markets is likely to increase young people’s risk of chronic health conditions later in life, a health expert warned.
Playing games on a smartphone may relieve work stress more effectively than using a mindfulness app, according to a study.
Emotional stress could see cervical cancer patients face a higher risk of cancer-specific death, according to a study.
Dogs appear to mirror the stress levels of their owners, according to a new study.
Men born to mothers who experienced stress in early pregnancy may have reduced sperm counts as adults, new research suggests.
More than 500 counselling sessions have been carried out in Aberdeen to support young people during exam seasons.
An Aberdeen university group is aiming to reduce deaths in the farming sector – by looking at the airline industry.
A children's charity has issued exam revision advice for north-east school pupils.
Almost 40 referrals were made to an Aberdeen local authority's counselling service in a three-month period.
The seven dwarfs had the right idea as they cheerfully sang “heigh-ho” on their way to work in Walt Disney’s classic adaptation of Snow White, according to psychologists.
Taking at least three weeks of holiday each year could help you live longer, a study has found.
Those who are scared of maths or mental arithmetic can help their cause by improving their posture, scientists say.
People are more stressed in hot weather than in colder months, new research suggests.
Giving up Facebook can reduce levels of a key hormone related to stress, according to new research.
Your Facebook friend list is probably packed full of old colleagues or people you went to school with and haven’t seen for 20 years.
We all know that eating too much junk food isn’t good for our bodies, but scientists say stress can be equally harmful when it comes to the digestive system.
Stress has become a part of our working life – at least for some of us.
More investment in the ambulance service has been called for after shocking figures reveal nearly a quarter of sick leave is stress related.
For most of us, stress is a normal part of working life.
Sick days for Aberdeen council staff due to psychological reasons hit the worst level in at least five years.