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Ruby Tuesday Sales Are Way Down And They're Closing 30 Restaurants

Ruby Tuesday recorded total revenue of $276.2 million, compared to $300.1 million in the same quarter of the prior year. The company saw a 7.8 percent decline in same-restaurant sales at company-owned restaurants and a 5.3 percent drop at franchise restaurants compared to the same quarter a year …

Same-Store Sales

People with HIV Can Live as Long as Uninfected Populations

A new study reports that young people with HIV have a life expectancy similar to that of the general population.<p>Researchers of the new study …

Charging Your Electric Car in a Public Outlet Is Cause for Arrest

This article is from the archive of our partner .<p>In a bind, you probably wouldn't think twice about recharging your cell phone in the nearest public …

How to increase your energy

<b>Your Breakfast is Too Small</b><br>A handful of berries mixed into a container of Greek yogurt may sound like the perfect healthy breakfast, but it can set you up to binge in the afternoon. Not only is it just not enough food, but it’s also lacking in some nutrients that are key to ensuring you feel full …

The science and magic of wine-making

Watching a cloudy, sweet liquid turn into a clear, alcoholic one – accompanied by the hiccupping of an airlock – is a treat<p>… a new friend is as a new wine; when it is old, thou shalt drink it with pleasure. <i>Ecclesiasticus 9:10</i><p>I grew up on tales of my Dad's 1970s homemade hedgerow wines. Their fruity …

How the Brain Creates Personality: A New Theory

Are you a mover, a perceiver, a stimulator, or an adapter? Modes of thinking can be understood in terms of how the top and bottom—rather than right and left—parts of the brain interact.<p>It is possible to examine any object—including a brain—at different levels. Take the example of a building. If we …

Boost Your Metabolism All Day Long

11 tips that make burning fat easier than ever<p>You may not realize it, but while you're bumming it on the couch catching up on <i>New Girl</i>, your body is working hard to help you burn calories. How is that even possible? Your sweet, sweet metabolism. The cool part: You can speed it up to ensure it's …

How Many Calories Do You NEED While Dieting?

So when it comes to dieting, how many calories does your body need to stay healthy and lose weight? Active women should aim for a minimum of between 1,200 and 1,400 calories per day, says nutrition expert Michelle Davenport, Ph.D. It's the best calorie ballpark to ensure you’re eating enough food …

Zagat

Cast-Iron Charred Corn

A touch of continental refinement to a farmhouse staple<p>A love for all things French inspired Otawka, then a college student, to take her first restaurant job. From that little creperie in Berkeley, California, she went on to assume high-profile positions at such leading Georgia restaurants as Five …

Forestry

Does Housework Count As Exercise?

So, why the clean-<i>not</i>-lean connection? Experts have several theories. It could be because people simply overestimate the amount of calories they burn doing chores. “Many women think that doing housework means they don’t need to do additional exercise. They’ll think, ‘Oh, I was already active …

Fitness

90 Percent Of People Show Up To Work Sick

Sick day? What's that?! Nearly 90 percent of office workers surveyed by Staples this year admitted to showing up on the job even when they knew they were contagious. That's up from last year's findings that 80 percent of employees went to work when they were under the weather.<p>Their reasoning? They …

How to Burn Calories Without Even Exercising

So aside from hiding your chair, how can you log more standing hours? First, ask your company if they’ll allow you to buy or build a standing desk. If not, you can always try these simple tweaks to get off your butt for at least three hours every day and stand up for your health:<p><b>Stand up while</b> …

Fitness

Sex Positions Everyone Should Try in Their Lifetime

36 Sex Positions Everyone Should Try in Their Lifetime<p>…Or next week.<p>Is your sex life screaming for an upgrade? Yeah, we hear you. Getting freaky has a way of getting stale the more time you log with your partner. The good news: It's easy to turn things around by switching up your sex positions (no …

Women's Health Big Book of Sex

The Big Book of Sex is perfect for bringing you and your partner together to make everything you do hotter, sexier, and more pleasurable than ever …

Fart Filtering Underwear Said To Neutralize Stink Of Passing Gas

Keep cutting the cheese, America.<p>A British line of fart-filtering underwear is doing big business, and it has the United States to thank for it.<p>"Americans are making up the majority of our sales at the moment," Shreddies spokeswoman Ianthe Betts-Clarke told The Huffington Post.<p>Since word about the …

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One in five American workers think they will never retire fully

A global survey conducted by HSBC Holdings found that one in eight workers expect to never be able to retire fully.<p>The report, released Wednesday, surveyed 16,000 people in 15 countries and found disparities among workers' expectations in the U.S., Britain and other countries.<p>Five years after the …

Long Naps Linked To Diabetes

By Bahar Gholipour, Staff Writer<p>Published: 10/24/2013 10:50 AM EDT on LiveScience<p>A nap, a siesta, or as the Chinese call it, a <i>wujiao</i>, is a pleasant break from the day, but the debate on its health effects continues. While some studies have found cognitive benefits from a short afternoon sleep, …

Obesity Could Shorten Lifespan For Pancreatic Cancer Patients

Obesity is linked with a slightly shorter lifespan for people with pancreatic cancer, according to a new study in the Journal of Clinical Oncology.<p>Researchers found that people with a body mass index that indicates obesity live two to three months less, on average, than non-obese pancreatic cancer …

Working Out Is Just a Big Metaphor for Life

Working out makes you feel good. The science proves that. But exercise, if you stick with it, can do more than just pump out endorphins after a run. It can bleed over into all areas of your life, teaching you so much more about yourself and life itself. In fact, I believe that working out is just …

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4 Strategies to Get What You Want

Since the dawn of humankind, we have battled one universal factor with more ferocity than any other element of life: time. We seem never to be at peace with time. We wish we could rewind to happier memories, fast forward through the hard times, or skip to only the more pleasant episodes of our …

Self-improvement

How Sleep Varies As You Age

<i>By Dennis Thompson Jr. Medically reviewed by Pat F. Bass III, M.D., MPH</i><p>Everyone's sleep pattern changes throughout life: Babies sleep the day away, while seniors often get by on a handful of hours nabbed here and there. Sleep habits also change depending on your age. You might find yourself waking …

A Beginners' Guide for How to Lose Weight

• <b>Calories per day:</b> Losing weight is all about creating a calorie deficit. One pound equals 3,500 calories, which breaks down to 500 calories a day. Do a combo of exercise and cutting calories to reach 500, and you'll lose a pound a week. You can meet with a nutritionist or your doctor to find a more …

Fitness

19 Things You Might Not Know Were Invented by Women

Necessity isn't the only mother of invention. Though it wasn't always easy to get patents or the credit they deserved, women are responsible for many …

Silicon Valley

10 Ways To Stop A Cold In Its Tracks

<i>By Jessica Levine for Men's Health</i><p>If you don't fast-forward commercials, you've seen this one from Zicam: A pretty woman daintily sneezes into her elbow when out of nowhere a snot-nosed monster of a cold is chasing her. "That first sneeze. You have a pre-cold," the voiceover says. She runs. He …