Maintaining a healthy sex life will help employees stay happy and engaged in their work, which benefits employees and the organisations they work for. A regular romp between the sheets boosts job satisfaction and makes workers more productive for at least 24 hours after having sex.
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A new study found as many as a 600 species in 50 NC homes.
Almost half of non-smoking teens are exposed to secondhand smoke, a new study found.
Babies who are born outside of the hospital have a slightly higher risk of death, a new study found.
Eating home cooked meals does not only promote a healthy weight but also lowers the risk of having Type 2 Diabetes.
Flame retardant, TCEP, was identified in Americans for the first time, according to a new study.
As the change in weather takes place, viral cough and cold become common ailments that kids suffer from. Here are some remedies to treat the ailment and boost kid's immunity:
Not everyone can afford an expensive membership to a fitness club or a personal trainer to be healthy and fit. But that doesn't mean, people cannot remain fit.
According to a new study, no matter how much disinfectant people use, their homes will still be covered in bacteria.
Robots and artificial intelligence programs will become a regular part of life by 2025, rolling into stores, homes and workplaces, according to experts. But according to a new report, there's no similar consensus on what that will mean - good or bad.
A new study reported that home can be more stressful than work, particularly for women.
Researchers found that eating at a restaurant as opposed to eating at home doubles one's risk of food poisoning
Apart from being scarily large and voracious, Burmese pythons are also good at finding their way home, a new research has found.
Researchers reported that at-home HPV tests are effective and could be used one day in detecting cervical cancer.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.