Free Office Food Is Making You Fat

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Thank goodness the #dadbod is back! According to a new study, American workers “acquire” nearly 1,300 calories a week in free food and drinks they snag at the office.

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Retirement Reduces Stress (For Some)

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Many of us believe that we’ll finally be able to relax once we retire. It’s understandable to hang a lot of hopes on this phase of life. It’s easy to imagine how sweet, and stress-free, life could …

5 Tips for Losing Weight at Work Without Annoying Everyone Else

For many of us, the start to a new year feels like it's brimming with possibilities. Setting a goal to lose weight at this time of year (or simply stay fit and healthy) is very common; in fact, it's the most popular New Year's resolution around. But, we often find that as the days of January tick by, those goals and good intentions slip away, as well. Perhaps things can be different this year, though. Chances are, many of your co-workers have similar goals. Maybe you can help each other and even enjoy yourselves a bit along the way.

3 Reasons You Should Make a Cup of Tea Right Now

As we start to settle into a brand-new year, the internet is abuzz with tips and tricks for improving your career in 2016. Whether you're into making career resolutions or just setting goals and intentions, this is a great time to reflect and prepare to move forward. But, sometimes the simplest of changes, the gentlest little nudges, can make the biggest difference. Believe it or not, making a cup of tea right now (and maybe regularly from now on) could make a positive impact on your health, happiness, and even your career. Let's take a look at a few reasons why this is the case.

5 Ways to Ease Anxiety Without Leaving Your Desk

Today, about 40 million adults in the U.S. suffer from some sort of anxiety disorder. With an average onset age of 31 years old, generalized anxiety disorders affect twice as many women as men, according to the National Institute of Mental Health. Having any kind of anxiety is a challenge in itself, but it can get even more complicated when anxiety episodes happen in the workplace. If you're feeling anxious at work, here are a few things you can do to make yourself feel better without ever leaving your desk.

8 Signs You’re Getting Burned Out at Work

In the current job market, workers are asked to do more with less, do several jobs at once, and burn the midnight oil more often. That's what high performers do, right? The problem is that if you're asked to give a little extra all the time, sooner or later, you're going to run out of extra to give. When that happens, you're looking at job burnout.

You Probably Sit Too Much. Here’s What to Do About It.

Is it possible that sitting all day creates a whole host of health issues? Likely. Can you do something about it? Yes. Will you? Maybe. No matter what the latest science might say, moving more is good for you, and we probably need to ditch the chair (at least a little bit) more often than we do. Here are some tips to get you away from maybe/probably and closer to a healthier you.

Why Exercise Deserves a Place on Your To-Do List

There are only so many hours in the day, but it's commonly accepted that daily exercise is the key to good health. Even just 30 minutes a day can be a boon. So on days when your work schedule means you struggle to even take a pee break, you should be even more concerned with getting in that workout.