The Secret to a Better Work-Life Balance - Ellen Dolgen

The Secret to a Better Work-Life Balance

Stress much? Exercising can help you achieve a better work-life balance, according to a new soon study to be published in Human Resource Management.


Edible SPF: Newcastle University researchers have identified a new antioxidant called tiron, which may offer 100 percent protection against UVA rays and may lead to younger-looking skin.


A new at-home pen-and-paper test can spot the early signs of cognitive decline and dementia. Researchers at the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center found the test detected four out of every five people with mild cognitive decline.


Shionogi Inc. has announced that it is promoting Brisdelle™ (paroxetine) capsules, the first and only non-hormonal prescription drug approved for the treatment of moderate to severe menopause hot flashes. Learn more about the medication here.


In case you missed it, check out this week’s edition of Menopause Mondays – Ease Menopause Symptoms with Exercise.


2 thoughts on “The Secret to a Better Work-Life Balance”

  1. Brisdelle (paroxetine) capsules are really effective to treat menopausal issues. The biggest profit is it is non-hormonal drug so it is safe for menopausal women. After using Brisdelle the amount of hot flashes is much less. Find more information about Brisdelle here.

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