When faced with pressure or stress, one writer responds the only way she knows how: with flour, sugar and eggs.
Jay Michaelson sat down with Dan Harris to talk about his new book about Buddhist meditation and the ‘(Woody) Allen Spectrum’ of Jewish stress.
It looks like carbon monoxide may have been getting a worse rap than it deserves. The silent killer turns out also to be the silent calmer — and anything that soothes the nerves of frazzled city dwellers is ostensibly a good thing.
Are Jews more anxious because we believe in a vengeful God? A new study suggests that might be the case.
Relax, while you still can — next year is going to be a stressful one. As America gears up for presidential elections in 2012, an Israeli research team claims to have proved that voting is so stressful that it actually causes hormonal changes in voters.