Whether you bring home the bacon, the dough or the bread, if you are the bigger wage-earner in a marriage—and a man—your health and sense of well-being may be at risk.
Have you ever wondered what to do with that unopened quart of milk someone left in the office fridge? Or someone’s still-sealed containers of yogurt that got shoved to the back and forgotten?
A report from Project TimeOff demonstrates that workaholism—and an unwillingness by about half of the American workforce to take vacation time—is hurting employees, and employers.
It has been touted as one of the healthiest diets in the world; the traditional cuisine rich in fresh produce, healthy fats, whole grains and limited dairy, the Mediterranean diet is way more than just a plan to shed a few pounds.
A new study debunks the belief that a marriage that involves a working, independent wife is more likely to end in divorce.
De-stressing at the end of a tough workday can easily involve a stiff drink, Häagen-Dazs or a pity party, but experts at American Psychological Association are offering a few more healthful tips to help take the edge off.
Is your sense of who you are strongly tied to your job? Employers might prefer people who answer “yes.” But that may not always be a good thing—especially when scandal hits the workplace.
It’s probably no surprise to many that office “politicking” is more real than the House of Cards, but do you know how to play the game?
You didn’t plan on this when you woke up this morning. But now here you are in the office, reaching for one of those Rice Krispies treats that Francine brought in and put on the counter by the coffee machine.
Many things in life can cause the stress, but a new worldwide study looked at how financial worries at home affect people in the office.