You spend 40 or more hours a week at work with all different types of people. In any organization where a group of individuals get together and spend a bunch of time together, there will be dilemmas. Here are some common workplace dilemmas to keep your eyes out for and what to do about them.
There is no master list of superfoods. There is no criteria for superfoods. Sounds kinda sketchy, doesn’t it? Well find out what science says about these ten popular superfoods.
An invisible illness. That is what chronic fatigue syndrome is considered. This may be one of the reasons people are skeptical about its existence. Well, it is real, and here are some myth-busting beliefs and potential treatments for this illness.
Health insurance is an important aspect of everyone’s health. But a surprising number of people do not even know the most basic health insurance terms. Here is a primer of important terms to know.
Who knew there were anxiety apps and depression apps. Like all apps, some people may like them and use them, others may not want anything to do with a mental health app. If you suffer from these widespread mental illnesses, it might be worth it to give each of the apps a try.
Stress attacks the body in dozens of ways. Many of these ways are well-known such as high blood pressure. Others are not as well known. Some might even think them to be unusual stress symptoms. One example is vision problems. Check out some others.
The average American will spend about 30 percent of his/her life at work. If you do not find any meaning at work, that is a long time to go through the actions. You could always switch jobs, but the grass is rarely greener. Here are some ways to help you infuse meaning into your work life.
Only 75 percent of all people keep their new year’s resolutions beyond the first week! One week! How can you avoid falling into that 25 percent who can’t last a week? Follow these tips and make your resolutions a lifestyle change.
Unfortunately, our brain was not designed to handle the repercussions of a delayed return. The result? Potential feelings of worry, stress, and anxiety. One of the greatest reasons behind why we worry is the constant uncertainty of the future.
This is the happiest time of year, right? Family, friends, fun and food are what life is about. Except you don’t feel excited, you actually feel a bit depressed. Maybe you have the holiday blues. What do you do if this is the case? What do you do?