Tags » Health 2 » Page 2

When Your Spouse Retires First

More than 47 percent of married couples are in dual-income families, and as the retirement ages are all in flux now it’s becoming quite common for one partner to retire while the other keeps working. 661 more words


No mud, no Christmas tree?

It’s the week before Christmas, and somehow it seems appropriate that I’m reading “No Mud, No Lotus” at the same time that I’m going around giving presentations to people on holiday stress management! 593 more words


How a Canadian-made Rosetta Stone for the human genome could cure everything from cancer to autism

Canadian researchers have developed a computer program that could prove the Rosetta Stone of genome research and one day translate the building blocks of everything from… 833 more words


Risks Associated with Concussions

There are professional football players who have won great awards, but they have also suffered incredible injuries. Some of the most severe are through concussions. Basically, when a person sustains a concussion, they have a certain degree of pain, a certain amount of problems, some neurologic changes, but it’s hard to measure what the long-term effects are. 38 more words


Fukushima update: Japan ok's more atomic reactors. radiation up 50,000%!

“TOKYO: Japan’s nuclear watchdog on Wednesday (Dec 17) gave the green light to restarting two more atomic reactors in Japan, days after pro-nuclear Prime Minister Shinzo Abe swept to a resounding election win.” 241 more words


The Psychology of Making Healthier Choices

Judging from the popular media, many of us have something in common—a shared frustration. It’s the experience of wanting to make important lifestyle changes (like exercising more, eating better and getting enough rest) but having trouble “following through” and actually achieving those goals. 710 more words