Articles about wellness
Study: Your office’s dim lighting could be making you a dimwit
If you are having trouble remembering what you did today at work, your office light may be the culprit. A new study published in Hippocampus found that dim lighting makes it harder to learn and remember tasks.
Study: Workplace wellness programs do not save employees money or make them healthier
Over 50 million workers are currently enrolled in workplace wellness programs, but a new study from the National Bureau of Economic Research found that these programs did not significantly save employees money or make them healthier.
Eating for work: what celebrities can teach you
If it's good enough for Tom Brady, Oprah Winfrey and Shaqille O'Neal, it's probably going to get you through a workday.
The stale air in your office building is affecting your performance
Your office space may determine whether you get your work done.
Your sad desk lunch at work is making you $1,000 poorer and overweight
With spring coming, al fresco office dining will tempt you. But it will also cost you.
Worker safety rules are quietly going away
Rules that protect office workers and factory workers alike are getting weaker.
Science-backed ways to stay energetic when working from home
Working at home for a day can make you stronger.