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Story An unfulfilling job is a red flag that you should consider another career...Getty Images/iStockphoto Talking Management I think the case could be made that male biology is more reactive to social environments .....Simply put, the male who lacks
Mohammed Nagadi Wednesday 27 February 2013 Last Update 26 February 2013 10:52 pm Exercising and sweating hard can help remove toxins that lie just under the skin's surface. This results in having a cleaner and healthier skin, said dermatologist Dr.
A new survey reveals unfaithful men and women are dropping pounds. We all know fad diets, weight loss pills and fat-burning underwear don't help us shed pounds...Turns out, having an adultery could be the secret to a shrinking waistline...According
Concerns and anxieties about close relationships act as a chronic stressor that can compromise immunity, U.S. researchers suggest. Lead author Lisa Jaremka, a post-doctoral fellow in Ohio State University's Institute for Behavioral Medicine Research,
Amir Cohen / Reuters The terrorist rocket bombings from Gaza on Sderot last year significantly increased the risk of miscarriages among couples in the development town, according to a new study published in the Psychosomatic Medicine Journal of Bio-
Why do you get every bug that passes through town, while your spouse and friends stay healthy? Blame your immune system, the network of cells and organs that fights off illness (or tries to, anyway). COM: "How often you get sick is partly genes, plus
Feeling insecure and frequently anxious about your romantic relationship can actually harm your health, new research contends. The feelings may boost levels of a stress hormone and lower your immune system, according to Ohio State researchers.
If you're an emotional eater, it's hard to not reach for the first decadent, sugary, or high-calorie treat to calm your nerves when tensions rise. Do that often enough, and it's no wonder why your skinny jeans are feeling more snug than usual. Here
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that up to 40 percent of Americans rate their job stress as extremely high...Chronic stress debilitates the body and lowers resistance to disease. Fortunately, you can take simple steps to relax and
New research published in the Journal of Diabetic Medicine found permanent stress at work or home to be a significant factor in the development of Type 2 diabetes. Of the 7,000 men in the study, 45 per cent were more likely to develop type 2 diabetes