A Texas hospital that charged a teacher $108,951 for care after a 2017 heart attack told the patient Thursday it would slash the bill to $332.29 — but not before a story about the huge charge sparked national
Much has been written about hiring and developing top performers in the workplace, but less attention has been paid to the effects of toxic workers on their organizations. The term "toxic workers" is vogue.
You’ve read about it. If you’re tough, your male counterparts, peers, and bosses don’t like it but they seem to be rewarded for the exact same approach. In fact, odds are your behavior and how you negotiate
Some parents see it coming. Natalie was not that kind of parent. Even after the director and a teacher at her older son's day care sat her down one afternoon in 2011 to detail the 3-year-old's difficulty
On New Year's Eve, back in 2012, Savannah Eason retreated into her bedroom and picked up a pair of scissors. "I was holding them up to my palm as if to cut myself," she says. "Clearly what was happening
Of all the charges that get leveled against millennials, the most pernicious, and ubiquitous, is that they’re entitled narcissists. Now, those charges are seriously overblown (and often completely inaccurate).
For many breast cancer patients, one of the most difficult treatment decisions is whether or not to go through chemotherapy. Now, the choice is getting easier for some patients. A study published Sunday
Childhood — and parenting — have radically changed in the past few decades, to the point where far more children today struggle to manage their behavior. That's the argument Katherine Reynolds Lewis makes
Just because you're smart, thoughtful, and competent doesn't necessarily mean people perceive you that way. If you want coworkers and friends to take you seriously, you've got to think seriously about
Six months ago, Melissa Nichols brought her baby girl, Arlo, home from the hospital. And she immediately had a secret. "I just felt guilty and like I didn't want to tell anyone," says Nichols, who lives
Sitting for Long Periods of Time Can Lead to Heart Problems and Worse. Here's What You Should Do Instead
• Sitting for too long damages the heart, may harm the brain, and increases risk of death.• Researchers aren't even sure that exercise is enough to make up for the harms of sitting too much.• But taking
Like most other American high school students, Garret Morgan had it drummed into him constantly: Go to college. Get a bachelor's degree. "All through my life it was, 'if you don't go to college you're
When it comes to the nitty, gritty details, life in antiquity was pretty stinky – in a literal sense. Without high food and personal hygienic standards, most people probably contracted an intestinal worm
During the middle of the 1800s, cotton became the world’s largest commodity. The cheapest and best cotton came from the southern United States. Edward Baptist argues in his new book, “The Half Has Never
Job interviews are designed to help a hiring manager determine if you're a good fit for the team. Behavioral interviewing is the technique many employ to figure this out. It's a set of open-ended questions