Running Late Isn’t Doing Anything But Attaining You Sick

Go home. And don’t take your computer with you. New research reminds us that working overtime is awfully unhealthy. The study, which was published this month in the Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine found that working more than 45 hours a weekincreases a person’s risk for heart-related health problems, like heart attacks. Researchers investigated…

4 Simple Ways To Become Healthier Than 97 Percent Of Americans

Only 2.7 percent of U.S. adults reached the four key metrics of living a healthy lifestyle — abstaining from smoking, eating well, exercising and maintaining a healthy body fat percentage — according to a disheartening new study. The study’s lifestyle benchmarks for health weren’t particularly high. Being smoke-free, exercising moderately and feeing USDA recommended foods…

5 Nutritionists Share The Secret To Their Dinner Menus

The healthy household dinner is getting squeezed from all sides. Parents are working afterward, children are busy with extracurricular activities and fast food offers a tempting quick fix for hungry, busy tummies. But for those who can swing it, there are a host of emotional benefits to feeing dinner together as a family, and they…

Nervousnes Can Induce Your Sweat Smell Worse, Because Life Is Cruel

Anxiety literally stinks, as if you didn’t have enough to worry about. As host Cristen Conger explains in the “Stuff Mom Never Told You” video above, the sweat that seeps out of your pores when you’re feeling overwhelmed or anxious actually reeks worse than the stuff you secrete while exercising. Why, oh why, does this…