The typical desk has more bacteria per square inch than an office toilet seat. Even if you keep your desk tidy, it may not be “clean.”
As plants begin to bloom and neighbors start to cut their grass more frequently, allergy sufferers nationwide start sniffling and sneezing.
Who doesn’t love a good laugh? Not only does laughter make you feel better in the moment, it also has long-term health benefits.
Looking at screens for even a short amount time can lead to digital eye strain, one of the biggest contributors to deteriorating vision.
Caffeine is something most people have every day, but have you ever really thought about the effect caffeine has on the human body?
To combat the potentially life-threatening damage stress could have on your heart, there are several meditation techniques you can try.
You may have heard whispers of dark chocolate and red wine being good for you and thought it’s too good to be true. Good news—the rumors are true.
Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the U.S. In many cases, it can be prevented by living a healthy lifestyle and managing health conditions.
The common cold and seasonal influenza share several symptoms, but there are some differences that will help identify which one you have.
Even if your job requires you to sit for eight or more hours, you can combat the effects of sitting with 1 minute office workouts to keep yourself active.