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How to increase red blood cell count

A low red blood count or anemia can cause feelings of fatigue and weakness. When people have a lower red blood count than normal, their body has to …

This Simple Practice Keeps Google Employees From Burning Out. You Can Use It Too | Inc.com

Let's face it. If you're going to work for a large tech organization like Google, Apple or Facebook, work-life balance may be a concept you only read about. Yes, all of these organizations have programs for employees' well-being, however, when you're responsible for breakthrough projects with …

Mindfulness

4 products that help you improve your posture while you work

<i>The</i> <i>Insider Picks</i> <i>team writes about stuff we think you'll like. Business Insider has affiliate partnerships, so we get a share of the revenue from your purchase.</i><p>Amazon<p>Bad posture doesn't cause scoliosis, but it is linked to depression, poor circulation, and diseases like diabetes and cardiovascular …

Pain

The Best Coffee In Melbourne

Advertisement<p>Melbourne is perhaps the snobbiest city in Australia when it comes to a cup of Joe – in a good way. The cities’ inhabitants just won’t …

Coffee

How to Spend the First 30 Minutes of Your Day to Maximize Productivity

How you spend your morning makes or breaks your day.<p>Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>As entrepreneurs, we often work late into the night, only to roll out of bed the next morning, picking up where we left off. One day bleeds into the next, making it seem as if we're …

Time Management

Natural Cycles says contraceptive app is more effective than the pill

Contraceptive app Natural Cycles is more effective than the pill, according to the latest and largest study into the app's efficacy. After testing 22,785 women throughout 224,563 menstrual cycles, the startup found the app provided 99 percent contraceptive effectiveness if used perfectly. If used …