Lisa Evans, Fast Company, September 24, 2014

Of all of the things in your workday that could cause you to feel stressed, checking your email likely seems like the most benign. But a researcher at the University of California at Irving strapped heart-rate monitors to a team of U.S. army civilian employees and discovered that email was in fact a major cause of stress. After taking away their email for five days, stress levels, measured by heart-rate monitors, decreased. […read more]