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Even if you’re eating the most balanced meal, your health and job could be hurting if you dine staring at your computer.
It is possible to shape up at the office without looking like a crazy person—or breaking a massive sweat. Use these tricks to sneak a little exercise in 9 to 5
The next time your subordinates forget to file their TPS reports or the copier jams do THIS to blow off some steam—the healthy way.
Why checking email while we're on a conference call, eating lunch while working at our desk or even talking on our cell at the gym could ultimately be bad for your health.
If you type all day and text all night this workout is for you. One simple twist to your usual upper body routine can help you beat finger, hand, and arm cramps and prevent carpal tunnel syndrome.
Visit one of the 100 plus Performance Bicycle locations nationwide for a free bike safety inspection and get in gear for Bike to Work Week, which begins on May 14th, 2012
Sleepy at work? Welcome to the sleep-deprived norm! According to new research, more than a third of American workers don't get enough sleep.
Tired of client dinners and team building happy hours? Try these three new entertaining ideas that are a lot of fun, and good for your health too!
When deadlines loom don’t fall pray to midday munchies. Cynthia Sass shows you how to sidestep office snacks, vending machines, and way too convincing coworkers.
Julie Smolyansky, the youngest female CEO of a publicly traded company, avid marathoner, and mother of two share how she balances it all.