Find out why we spring forward and fall back – and what it means for you
October 28, 2014
Thanksgiving was Americans’ favorite day of 2013, according to a recent Gallup poll. Throughout the year, the Gallup polling company conducts more than 175,000 surveys to determine what days most Americans are happiest, and which they find most stressful. At the most basic level, the findings can be summarized as: Americans love getting time off from work. Memorial Day took second prize in terms of favorite days, and was closely followed by Christmas and two random Saturdays — June 8 and September 28. Easter Sunday, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, and the Saturday before Martin Luther King Day were also all in the top ten, rounded out with Sunday, June 9. (June 8-9 was just a good weekend, it seems.) Some …
September 15, 2014
Take preventative steps to help keep healthy during the holiday season.
December 16, 2013
Difficulty sleeping can put your health at risk, reduce your workplace performance, and increase your chances of motor vehicle accidents.
March 25, 2013
Do you constantly feel tired? Do you have to take naps to make it through the day? Do you feel like you need more sleep when you wake up in the morning? Do you fall asleep at work? Does your significant other complain about your snoring? If you think any of these questions apply to you, you may have a sleep disorder known as Sleep Apnea.
November 30, 2010