I was recently asked this question for a Crain’s article regarding United Airlines’ CEO Oscar Munoz who underwent a heart transplant. This is a logical question. Can he physically withstand the demands of running one of the largest and most beleaguered airlines in the world? Not being a cardiologist, I’m not in a position to […]
3 things you probably don’t know about wheat and should Wheat is big business and dominates the grocery store shelves. With it's ubiquity comes a price tag - how it is produced and its impacts one's health.
Superfoods, not so super for me. I believed in all the so-called superfoods that would reduce cholesterol. In truth, they were causing migraines and fatigue.
We are in smack in the middle of winter and everyone is feeling its effects. This time of year can drain your energy and dampen your mood. Here are a few quick tips that will help you take care of yourself and stay in good spirits.
Trading in a desk for a treadmill; how one executive creative director is running her team. I read an article last year that said sitting more than six hours a day makes you 40% likelier to die within 15 years than someone who sits less than three hours, even if you exercise. Most of my days are spent sitting in meetings.
The common cold is probably the most destructive virus for an office. The symptoms sneak up on you. With cold and flu season at our doorstep there are a few easy things you can do to help prevent infection.
There are countless times when we are motivated to take on a new challenge (start exercising, eating properly, running a marathon). It's critical to realize that motivation will only get you started, commitment will see you through.