Here’s where the most stressed Swedes live

Here’s where the most stressed Swedes live

New figures from Sweden's Public Health Agency suggest life is more stressful in the city than the countryside, and commuting may just be the most stressful part of all.

More Swedes go abroad to escape daily stress

More Swedes go abroad to escape daily stress

Stress boosts risk of dementia: Swedish study

Stress boosts risk of dementia: Swedish study

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Youth retirement on the rise in Sweden

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Violence and lack of funds plague school principals

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Swedish study links stress to childhood obesity

Good sex makes you better at your job: study

Good sex makes you better at your job: study

Swede stress lowest in the world: study

Swede stress lowest in the world: study

Choir singing can ease irritable bowels: study

Choir singing can ease irritable bowels: study

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Girls more stressed in high school than boys

Reindeer ‘cruelty’ slammed by rights group

Reindeer ‘cruelty’ slammed by rights group

Reducing stress fights more heart attacks: study

Reducing stress fights more heart attacks: study

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Stressed mothers have obese kids: study

Three in ten parents ‘manhandle’ kids: study

Three in ten parents ‘manhandle’ kids: study

One in five Swedes has two-hour commute

One in five Swedes has two-hour commute

Swedish parents more stressed than Europeans

Swedish parents more stressed than Europeans