How Bethenny Frankel Balances Parenting With Work: Family 'Is Always First'

Bethenny Frankel isn’t afraid to put her career on the back burner to be there for her 9-year-old daughter, Bryn. “Family time is always first, so that’s why work time is very stressful,” the Real Housewives of New York City alum, 48, recently told Us Weekly exclusively while promoting her partnership with Moose Toys celebrating the launch of Scruff-a-Luvs Real […]

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Amanda Stanton, Ex Nick Buonfiglio 'Constantly Work at' Coparenting

Doing it for their daughters! Amanda Stanton and Nick Buonfiglio make the effort to amicably coparent Kinsley, 7, and Charlie, 5. “I don’t think there is a trick,” Buonfiglio told Us Weekly exclusively of raising his girls with the Bachelor alum, 29, at the L.O.L. Surprise! Winter Disco Fever Launch Party on Friday, September 27. “I just think [with] coparenting, you have to […]

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Would You Enroll Your Kid In a Daycare Where YOU Can Work, Too?

Coworker spaces are on the rise, offering everything from a temporary office for travelers to women-only spaces that blur the line between office and social club. But with all the growing options, Kids & Company stands alone as the only coworking space in the U.S. that is attached to a daycare. This is slightly different from coworker spaces that offer […]

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The Breath Guy: Breath work helped me support my dad with his multiple sclerosis

MenTal(k) Health is a weekly series that focuses on the way that men look at health and beyond. So far, we have spoken to mental health experts, cancer survivors, actors and nutritionists about what it means to be a healthy man every day. This week, we speak to 28-year-old Richie Bostock, more commonly known as The Breath Guy, who tells […]

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Overwhelmed At Work? You May Be Experiencing This Condition

Have you ever felt like you just couldn’t bear to go to the office one more day? Or that your workload is beyond insurmountable? If you’re saying “yes” and “yes,” there’s a chance that you may have experience burnout — and most Americans have. It is a state of mental, emotional and physical exhaustion which occurs when we feel overworked, overwhelmed […]

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Five ways to move more at work and make it count

With the recent news that even small bouts of exercise lead to significant health benefits, the American Heart Association, the leading voluntary health organization devoted to a world of longer, healthier lives, is urging adults to move more and make it count where they spend most of their time—at work. “It doesn’t matter whether you get activity in short bursts […]

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Does the 7-day GM diet work? Benefits, risks, and meal plans

According to one GM diet plan website, this diet helps users lose at least 10–17 pounds in 1 week. It claims to promote weight loss by burning calories without affecting mood or energy levels. However, this plan may exclude essential nutrients, and it might not be a sustainable long-term weight-loss strategy. In this article, we look at the GM diet […]

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Exercising for just 15 minutes three times a week boosts health

You DO have time for the gym: Exercising for 15 minutes three times a week is just as effective as 45 minute workouts for overweight men Ten overweight men took part in high intensity interval training for six weeks Saw same 16% boost in insulin sensitivity as those who exercised for 45 minutes  Sensitivity is a marker of type 2 […]

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Should You Work Out if You Have a Cold or the Flu?

To avoid getting a cold or the flu, you take every precaution: You got a flu shot, you spritz hand sanitizer everywhere, and you keep your distance from coworkers with cold or flu symptoms. You even committed to the gym harder than Harry and Meghan Markle have committed to each other after learning that regular moderate exercise strengthens the immune system, one study review suggests. But then, ugh, […]

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Common tactics for health promotion at work may be detrimental to employees with obesity

Workplace health promotion programs that encourage employees to take responsibility for their own weight may have detrimental effects for employees with obesity, reveals a new study. These range from feeling increasingly responsible for their weight but perceiving they have less control over it, to increased workplace weight stigma and discrimination. Ironically, these effects could even lead to increased obesity and […]

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