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Today, there are thousands of types of exercise and different ways people go about losing weight. Just by surfing the Internet, picking up a magazine, or accessing any type of news outlet and you will find one topic or another on exercise/weight loss.  There are...

We are quickly approaching the holidays and the end of the year.  For most of us, we were hopeful to be done with our shopping and spending, but sometimes things do not go as planned.  Often times, we are scrambling for last minute gifts, whether...

  The holiday season is upon us and is not slowing down!  The holidays are a special time of the year filled with celebrations, family, friends, traveling and much more.  With these occasions, come added responsibilities and potential stressors that could weaken the immune system. A weakened...

We are quickly approaching the holiday season and this can be a stressful time for many people, due to the sheer amount of things going on.  From holiday gatherings, to traveling, shopping, cooking, and cleaning.  These are just a few of the many added responsibilities...

Close your eyes and take 30 seconds to think about what makes you happy about your work.  What types of things came to mind?  Is it simply your job duties that you enjoy, is it your coworkers, or are there additional factors?  Are there things...

Somewhere between 80 and 85 percent of Americans consume coffee regularly. This is according to the American Psychological Association. A portion of those coffee drinkers are the sometimes proud junkies who drag the nation's average up to 165 milligrams (about two cups) of caffeine per day. An...

Being reliable can be draining Science confirms what high performers have known for years: It’s not easy being so competent. A study from Duke’s Fuqua School of Business suggests that people with high self-control — the kind of people who remember birthdays, choose the salad instead of...

Carving out time to learn new job skills on top of your existing job responsibilities can be a challenge. So making the most of limited learning opportunities is essential. "More learning is happening outside classrooms these days than in any classroom," says Robert Bjork. He is a...

Are you a worried mother? A new study from Stanford University researchers Kyla Haimovitz and Carol Dweck suggests that kids draw their attitudes about failure. Whether it’s enhancing or debilitating  from their mother or father, tt’s a clue. It's a clue as to how children construct their internal views...

Everyone has that person in the office. You know, the one who always seems to get way more done than everybody else, but who never seems stressed or frantically trying to finish an assignment. How does he or she get it done? And can you...

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