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Johnny Hallyday : son état de santé "de plus en plus alarmant"

13 CEOs Share Their Favorite Job Interview Questions

Interview questions: Everyone has them.<p>And everyone wishes they had better ones.<p>So I asked smart people from a variety of fields for their favorite …

Employment

To Do Things Better, Stop Doing So Much

<b>Greg McKeown</b>, author of <i>Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less</i>, on the importance of being “absurdly selective” in how we use our time.<p><i>A written transcript will be available by July 24.</i>

Lose Your Belly with Just Two Exercise Moves

Seriously!<p>A couple of month's ago, <i>Men's Health</i> asked Alwyn Cosgrove, C.S.C.S.—one of the world's top trainers—to create a cutting-edge fat loss program for <i>Men's Health</i>. And, of course, he obliged. But a curious thing: One of the workouts in the plan featured just two exercises.<p>That's right: When …

Why Overeating Doesn't Make You Fat

If you’re overweight and feel like crap, it’s not your fault. Food addiction is a genuine biological addiction to sugar, flour and processed foods that drives our overeating behavior. And it makes us have FLC Syndrome, which means we "Feel Like Crap."<p>It's quite simple: eat crap = feel like …

The Heart Wants What the Heart Wants... or Does It?

Let's get something straight, right now.<p><b>The heart does not want anything.</b><p>The heart does not have a brain nor does it have the ability to make complicated decisions about love. It pumps blood to your organs. That is pretty much it.<p>So, I tend to throw up a little in my mouth when someone quotes to …

Why We Trust Strangers More Than Our Friends

Humans are trusting creatures, sort of.<p>In the collective sense, our society runs on trust.<p>I'm often stunned by how often we place our very lives in the hands of strangers.<p>Whenever I see a jogger blithely running along the side of the road with their earbuds in as the cars whiz by, I want to pull …

Why Doing the Things You Don't Want to Do Will Make You a Better Person

We all get it. The tightening in our throats. The small turn in our tummies. Even the instantaneous retreat of every ounce of saliva residing in our mouths (how does that happen, anyways?!) It happens when we think about doing the things we seriously don't want to do. We move it to the bottom of …

The Alcoholic Stockbroker and the Forgotten Alcoholic Doctor

The relationship between Bill Wilson and his Alcoholics Anonymous cofounder, the unsung Dr. Bob Smith, shows that fellowship—not dogma—is at the heart of the 12 Steps.<p>In the case of Alcoholics Anonymous, media continually cite Bill Wilson as the hero—the founder of the original 12-step program that …

The Blue Period: An Origin Story

The secret origins of "the blue period"--if that's what we're calling it--lay in the video embedded above. In it, historian Nell Irvin Painter discusses her book <i>A History Of White People</i> and calmly, and methodically, breaks my heart:<p>On the other hand, the idea of blackness, that is poor …

Hospice for My Mother, as an Addict

Caring for my dying parents reintroduced substances into my life.<p>The diagnosis came suddenly, but it wasn't entirely unexpected. My mother, 66 years old and the daughter of Italian immigrants, had breast cancer in 2010. After treatment that included a mastectomy, chemotherapy, and radiation, she …