Personal Health

Working Long Hours Could Kill You
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Working Long Hours Could Kill You

The stress of working long hours can lead to negative health consequences, increasing your risk of stroke.
Lisa Evans
3 Simple Tips for Elevated Health in Less Than 15 Minutes a Day
Personal Health

3 Simple Tips for Elevated Health in Less Than 15 Minutes a Day

When people say they want to get healthy, they usually mean, "Mirror, mirror on the wall …" They want their reflections to look thinner with more muscle tone. They want more energy that lasts morning to evening.
Clint Evans and Joshua Lee
How to Maintain a Healthy Lifestyle While Chowing Down at Lunch Meetings
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How to Maintain a Healthy Lifestyle While Chowing Down at Lunch Meetings

Ever considered hitting the pavement with your colleagues to 'run through' some of your agenda?
John Rampton
FDA Releases New Anti-Food Poisoning Rules Just as Salmonella Outbreak Reaches 30 States
Safety

FDA Releases New Anti-Food Poisoning Rules Just as Salmonella Outbreak Reaches 30 States

Separate salmonella outbreaks have been reportedly tied to cucumbers and Chipotle.
Kate Taylor
How One Company Is Mining Big Data to Fight Diabetes
Health

How One Company Is Mining Big Data to Fight Diabetes

Glooko's diabetes-management platform allows patients and doctors more information, and investors are interested.
7 Physical and Mental Detox Strategies You Should Start Today
Personal Health

7 Physical and Mental Detox Strategies You Should Start Today

Autumn signifies the start of cooler weather, holiday feasts and NFL Sundays. Here are tips to keep you sharp through it all.
Peter Gasca
8 Ways to Improve Your Brain Power
Personal Health

8 Ways to Improve Your Brain Power

From idea generation and meetings to crunching numbers and copywriting, there are a lot of different situations in which more focus and improved cognitive function would prove beneficial.
Thomas Smale
Less Sleep Makes You More Likely to Catch a Cold, Study Finds
Sleep

Less Sleep Makes You More Likely to Catch a Cold, Study Finds

More than 160 people caught colds for science in an effort to better understand how sleep impacts our immune systems.
Nina Zipkin
Gluten-Free, Organic or GMO-Free: What Matters Most to Fast-Casual Customers?
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Gluten-Free, Organic or GMO-Free: What Matters Most to Fast-Casual Customers?

According to a Zagat survey, trendy bragging points are less important to customers than things like made-to-order food and cleanliness.
Kate Taylor
Study: Why It May Be Time to Reconsider 'Eating on the Go'
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Study: Why It May Be Time to Reconsider 'Eating on the Go'

For dieters, this time-saving technique may actually lead to increased snacking.
Laura Entis
10 Healthy Foods That May Help You Sleep Better (Infographic)
Sleep

10 Healthy Foods That May Help You Sleep Better (Infographic)

Nourish yourself at night with these yummy, sleep-promoting eats.
Kim Lachance Shandrow
Create a '26-Hour Day' With This Simple Strategy
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Create a '26-Hour Day' With This Simple Strategy

When we aren't as successful as we'd like to be, it's not because we aren't doing enough, it's because we are doing too much of the wrong things.
John Brubaker
Starbucks' Pumpkin Spice Latte Will Finally Be Made With Real Pumpkin
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Starbucks' Pumpkin Spice Latte Will Finally Be Made With Real Pumpkin

The PSL is actually living up to its name.
Kate Taylor
Soylent Refutes Claims That It Contains Dangerous Levels of Lead and Cadmium
Soylent

Soylent Refutes Claims That It Contains Dangerous Levels of Lead and Cadmium

The food replacement company says that it does not have unusual levels of heavy metals, as an environmental campaign group prepares to take legal action.
Kate Taylor