Working at an office can be surprisingly unhealthy. Between sitting all day, eating poorly, and enduring never-ending stress, your office can take a few years off your life. Here’s how to stay healthy and energetic at the office (and make the day go by faster).
Consuming an additional half-serving a day of red meat during a four-year period increased a person’s chance of developing diabetes by 48% in the subsequent four years, according to a study this month
We eat with our eyes, not with our stomachs. This is especially true when eating out. Research has shown that we usually decide how much to eat because of what we see in our environment, not because of hunger. Factors such as how much food is on the table and even the size of the tableware influence how much food we eat and how many…
Fact or fiction? Snacking or skipping breakfast is bad.
To enhance the working conditions reported by lower-wage workers in the study, the researchers offered recommendations aimed at employers, policymakers and stakeholders.
Low-wage workers identified several factors that they perceive to have an impact on body weight.
Eating a diet rich in certain vitamins and fats may provide anti-aging effects for your skin. Let’s look at some of the best choices for skin health.
Here’s at least one advantage to not having a hefty salary:
Here’s some news to justify having (and not caring about) some extra pounds: Being fat doesn’t necessarily mean you’re unhealthy.
Try these simple tips to eating healthy and feeling better.