Lifestyle Center: Work
For many people, work is a source of satisfaction and identity, as well as income. That can be a problem for patients with heart failure.
Work outside the traditional nine to five could interfere with cognitive function, a new study says.
Cancer can be a devastating diagnosis, especially when it's advanced cancer. But many patients opt to keep working.
It's not just about how much sleep you get — when you go to sleep, and whether that time changes based on the day of the week, could have an impact...
If you're restless at your desk and feel the need to fidget, don't fight it — it could help save your life.
Want your children to mature into healthy adults? You may want to keep them in school a little longer.
A mineral commonly used in manufacturing may be putting workers at risk.
When choosing your route to work, you may want to consider avoiding the busy streets.
Stress — you know it's bad for you. But just how bad it may be might surprise you.
In male-dominated jobs, women may have a tougher time.
Those long hours on the job may mean extra money in your pocket, but they may also have some unexpected consequences.
Pedaling a bike — at work? This novel idea may inspire office workers to exercise without ever having to leave their desks.
Will all the office couch potatoes please stand up? Your heart may thank you for it.
Sitting down in front of the TV after a stressful day’s work might sound pretty great, but it may actually make you more anxious.
Eyeing that sit-stand desk at work? It may help curb the health risks of sitting all day.
Pulling the night shift at work may put a few extra bucks in your pocket, but could it also be harmful to your health? New evidence suggests it could...
US workers may literally be sick of income inequality.
It's been a rough couple of years for Costco employee Arlie Smith.