7 Reasons Why You’re MISERABLE At Work (And How You Can Fix It) Work It Daily Do you wake up on Sunday morning already DREADING going into work the next day? Does the thought of walking into the office make you sick to your stomach?Show More Summary
It's been an eventful week. My wife worked last weekend (as I posted about my bike workout where my boys watched me soak in the tub afterwards last weekend), and Charlie woke up sick on Sunday morning. I posted this text along with these 2 text message screenshots later that day: Texts to my wife as she works today. Show More Summary
Trump becomes president (again), young people are sick of dying from pro-gun bullshit, and IL Gov. Bruce Rauner drinks diversity milk. Your morning news brief.
A Miami Dolphins player is devastated by the mass school shooting that happened in his own backyard... and he's calling for change. Andre Branch gave TMZ Sports his take on the tragedy the morning after 17 high school students and teachers…
A recent analysis of once-secret clinical trial data concluded that a popular morning sickness drug, Diclegis, doesn’t actually work. That surprising finding, made possible by the release of previously undisclosed data by Canadian regulators, drew a barrage of headlines, including coverage by Reuters, Healthline, and HealthDay. Show More Summary
The producers of America's Got Talent are apparently sick of Mel B, according to reports out in TMZ this morning, and the production appears ready to kick her to the curb ASAP. Not only that, though — the producers are already eyeing a specific replacement, as well: Queen Latifah! Related: Mel B Accuses Her Ex Of Shooting [...]
Many of us rely on that morning cup of coffee to get our boost of energy. But caffeine isn't always ideal, so it's a great idea to find healthier yet potent alternatives. "Caffeine has several benefits from a health perspective. As a stimulant, caffeine enhances mental function and improves energy. Show More Summary
The company also announced expanded sick leave and parental leave policies U.S. corporations just got a big tax cut, and Starbucks is using some of its savings to boost worker benefits. The coffee giant announced this morning that all...Show More Summary
The most commonly prescribed medicine for morning sickness may not work, a new report contends. The drug, Diclegis, failed to meet minimum effectiveness goals in the clinical trial relied upon by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for its approval in 2013, Canadian researchers reported. "There...
When diet and non-medical treatments fail, a drug to treat morning sickness may be the answer. But new research calls its effectiveness into question.
(Reuters Health) - - A pill millions of women have used for morning sickness may not actually help relieve nausea, according to a new study that some doctors say reinforces their decision to stop prescribing the drug.
Don’t worry because the majority of pregnancies go along without a hitch. Aside from the morning sickness and constant peeing, it’s a smooth transition. Still, it’s always a good idea to be on the alert when you and your baby’s health are in question. One way to stay on top of things is to watch... Read More »
Attention Norwegians! Are you sick of universal health care? Do you hate public spending on high-quality infrastructure? Do you wish your neighbors were less happy? A lot less happy? Have we got a country for you! [This Ad Paid For By The United States of America] — Binyamin Appelbaum (@BCAppelbaum) January 11, 2018 Not that […]
You know about the chocolate cravings and the morning sickness, but here are the pregnancy surprises you may not have heard of that someone needs to tell you about. For first-time moms, pregnancy is a confusing time - a time when you have the questions and you're looking for answers. Show More Summary
A look at the ways we are taken care of - and not taken care of - when we are sick.
Yesterday, on the morning of the opening of Finland’s big Beethoven festival, Johanna Rusanen called in sick with acute bronchitis. Unable to find another soprano in Helsinki, the festival phoned the experienced Erika Sunnegårdh at her home in Vienna. Her flight took off at 1430. She arrived at the Helsinki Music Center – with her dog, Maestro, in […]
Fox News Medical A-Team Dr. Marc Siegel on Wednesday asserted that marijuana was "worse than alcohol" for drivers because it stays in the system for days, and that pregnant women could not be trusted when it comes to using the drug for...Show More Summary
Fox News Medical A-Team member Dr. Marc Siegel on Wednesday asserted that marijuana was “worse than alcohol” for drivers because it stays in the system for days, and that pregnant women could not be trusted not to abuse the drug. In a segment on Fox & Friends that resembled...
OUT: BUN IN THE OVEN. IN: BUD IN THE OVEN. More pregnant women are using pot to treat morning sickness, studies suggest. The cultural 180 on marijuana has been amazing to behold.
Pregnant women who use marijuana could put their baby at risk of developmental problems.