Some sixty percent of Americans go to work sick, according to a 2013
study by workplace consulting firm Kimberly-Clark Professional. And especially as the holidays are approaching more people are stressed, leaving them susceptible to illness. But there are things to do to keep healthy this time of year--and all year round.
Just like toxins in your air, water, or food, toxins in the people around you can cause serious harm--but they don't come with a warning label. Here's a rundown of what to look out for so you can keep yourself safe.
According to a study conducted by the American Institute of Stress, a
great majority of Americans (77%) experience the physical symptoms of
stress while 73% experience its psychological symptoms on a regular
basis.But research shows that eating the right kinds of foods can calm your nerves and reduce your stress levels.
Technology is playing an increasingly important role in all aspects of
our lives. Perhaps no development is as exciting as the potential to
harness the power of modern technologies to manage your own health. Find out the basics of what you need to know to get started down the digital path to a healthier lifestyle.