Keith Baleeta

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9 Things Managers Do That Make Good Employees Quit

Co-author of Emotional Intelligence 2.0 and President at TalentSmart<p>Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>It’s pretty incredible how often you hear managers complaining about their best employees leaving, and they really do have something to complain about—few things are as …

Are You Going to Be a Specialist? Or Just a GP?

"Are you going to be a specialist? Or just a GP?"<p>As a medical student and junior doctor in my hospital training years, I was often asked this question by friends, senior doctors and well-meaning patients. It really grated on me, that one little word: "just."<p>I always thought I'd become a general …

HIV/AIDS: The Fight Isn't Over

As a scientist, I've dedicated more than two decades of my career to stopping HIV/AIDS. And since the disease first emerged in 1981, we have made tremendous progress against it. But there's no better season than summertime -- as Pride events take place across the country -- to face facts. So while …

Public Health

HIV Cures: Where We Are, Realistically

An infectious-diseases specialist breaks down the reported breakthroughs<p>AP<p>Newswires remain abuzz around two reports of "functional" HIV cures. The first, of a Mississippi baby treated with potent cocktail of anti-HIV drugs within 31 hours of HIV diagnosis, was touted as "proof of principle that we …

What happens to your health when you don't get enough sleep

Sleep is awesome!<p>Get to bed on time and you will be energized, productive, and healthier. Of course you already knew that. Still, most of us choose …

Sleep

The Science Of Conquering Your Fears -- And Living A More Courageous Life

Aristotle believed courage to be the most important quality in a man. “Courage is the first of human virtues because it makes all others possible," he wrote. Today, it's one of the more neglected areas of positive psychology, but recent research has begun to move toward an understanding of what …

Red wine - what's behind its healthy reputation?

<b>In recent years, red wine has received some pretty good press. When we think of a healthy form of alcohol, red wine tends to be the top choice.</b><p>But why - and does it deserve all the attention?<p>Scientists agree that there is something in red wine that, when drunk in moderation, can help to protect the …

Cancer

Oxygen: The Forgotten Nutrient

<i>by guest blogger Isaac Eliaz, MD, MS, LAc, integrative medicine pioneer</i><p>Breathing is essential to life. And because it's automatic, we don't have to focus on breathing the way we do eating or walking, so we rarely think about it. But maybe we should. Taking in oxygen is fundamental to good health, …

The Paralysis of Over-Analysis

<i>"If you spend too much time thinking about a thing, you'll never get it done."</i> -- Bruce Lee<p>In the pursuit of self-help and spirituality, there's a danger of becoming too theoretical, a perpetual student of personal growth. This can be a trick of the ego to keep you the same while giving you the …

10 Questions to Ask During Your Next Performance Review

Annual performance reviews can be terrifying or motivating. Depending on your company and manager, this annual meeting can be an opportunity to …

Management