According to a new study out in the journal PLOS ONE, caffeine intake is linked to reduced odds of having erectile dysfunction (ED) in men who drink the equivalent of two to three cups of coffee per day.
Ever tried looking at the sun with your bare eyes? Too bright, right? Now imagine looking at something with the brightness of 300 trillion suns. That's how intense "the most luminous galaxy found to date"
By Dan Buettner For more than a decade, I've been working with a team of experts to study hot spots of longevity -- regions we call Blue Zones, where many people live to 100 and beyond. They are the Greek
I recently moved from San Francisco to Chicago. One of the great fears I had about moving halfway across the country was how the cultural norms I was raised with might differ from that of more traditional,
I was an HR chief for eons. I went to a lot of conferences. I gravitated toward the fizzier aspects of HR — culture and communications stuff. I went to conferences about work-life programs and telecommuting
Once in a while when you look at your little gal twirling in her frilly skirt, remember she'll be grown one day. What do you want her to know about men, life, herself, love? I'm spending the morning waiting
Beyond the charts and warnings from economists and investors, perhaps the most disturbing commentary on income inequality in America was written by an investment manager in 2011. "In my view, the American
While there's no magic bullet for weight loss, there are steps you can take to lose weight, safely and for good, while increasing your health. You're 10, 20, 30 or more pounds overweight and you've dieted,
Just because sales representatives can write a comprehensive resume doesn’t mean they can sell. As an employer, it’s your job to determine whether or not they would be successful in their role as salesperson
If you believe the phrase you are what we think, then life truly stems from your thoughts. But we cannot rely purely on thoughts; we must translate thoughts into words and eventually into actions in order
We've noticed something around here at Healthy Living. As we do our daily sweeps of the health community online -- looking at our favorite blogs, newsletters and Twitter feeds, there is a strange, almost