Neuroscientists have studied treadmill runners, ultramarathon athletes – and a number of lab animals – to investigate the effects of running on grey matter It may seem obvious – as you push on through
One painful aspect of leading is firing people you like. It’s hard for many reasons. The employee may love working with you and for your company. It might be someone you are friends with outside of work.
Have you ever thought about the essence of true leadership? How exactly do you define it? Better yet, how do you simply become a good leader in your office or business -- enough so that your employees,
Scientists developed a seven-point scale called the Bristol Stool Chart. Number twos are a tricky subject. We all do them. Indeed, excreting waste is critical to life. But polite society and its rules
Doing something useful when you feel least like doing anything almost guarantees a productive day. Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. What do successful people do differently?
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• Scientists aren't sure if technology is destroying our brains, but they're pretty confident it's addictive and can lead to depression.• It's also slowing down our thinking processes.• And some tasks
Lotje Sodderland makes a journey of discovery in the outer reaches of neurosurgery. Plus, Britain’s Favourite Walks: Top 100 One night, Lotje Sodderland, then a 34-year-old producer at an advertising
Our diet has a huge effect on our brain and our mental wellbeing, even protecting against dementia. So, what should be on the menu? As a society, we are used to the idea that we feed our bodies, and that
Benjamin Franklin built his character around 13 virtues — and following his weekly plan could change your life
• Founding father Benjamin Franklin sought to live his life based on 13 virtues. • He even kept a chart to record which virtues he was actually living by on a weekly basis. • Tracking and reflecting on
In the ongoing search for health and longevity, researchers have looked to parts of the world where people live the longest—the “blue zones,” which include Sardinia, Italy; Okinawa, Japan; Icaria, Greece;
It’s one of the best predictors of long-term health, and it’s not hard to estimate. A new scientific statement from the American Heart Association argues that VO2 max, long used as a measure of running
Four new studies test the accuracy of fitness prediction functions. I’ve done enough “real” VO2 max tests—the trips to the lab, the expensive and cumbersome equipment, the brutally exhausting treadmill
Apr 21, 2017 How quickly you ramp up oxygen use determines how tired your muscles get. Jan 31, 2017 New research suggests that everyone gets fitter with training... if they do enough. Dec 2, 2016 It’s
Many people stay busy. After all, checking items off a to-do list isn't hard. What's hard is checking the right things off your to-do list, completing the right projects, and getting the right stuff done.
Unless you're a celebrity or a high-profile CEO, you've probably never traveled with your own personal security detail. While the rest of us might imagine a fleet of buff men in crisp suits with headsets,
A simple chart can help you figure out how you should really be investing your time and energy at work
Amy Jen Su, co-founder and managing partner of Paravis Partners, has a creative solution to this common dilemma, which she explained in a video published by the Harvard Business Review. As Su says in video,