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06 DEC 12
Holiday Health Hazards: 6 Common Health Concerns during the Festive Season
BY Ruth M. Floresca Health concerns can sure put a damper on holiday celebrations. Be informed about the common ailments by checking this guide.
02 DEC 12
5 Stressful Party Situations and How to Deal with Them
BY Patricia Dayacap Our guide will ensure you won't lose your head should these occurrences come your way.
28 NOV 12
Unemployment May Increase Your Risk of Getting a Heart Attack
BY Charlene J. Owen So you find yourself suddenly jobless--keep calm and carry on, or else you may be facing problems far greater than where to get your next paycheck.
19 NOV 12
Stressed Would-Be Mothers Are More Likely To Have Children Susceptible to Bullying
BY Charlene J. Owen Research shows that a mother's anxiety may affect her child's way of dealing with tense situations, increasing his likelihood of being victimized.
05 NOV 12
Office Break: 5 Desk De-Stressing Tips You’ll Need for Work
BY Jennifer Chan Learn how to deal with office pressure without having to leave your cubicle.
25 OCT 12
Jumpstart Your Career: 5 Hottest Job Skills You Need to Have
What do employers really want? Here are the skills that can fast-track your way to nabbing that dream job.
16 OCT 12
Women Are More Sensitive to Media Negativity than Men
BY Charlene J. Owen Are you feeling more stressed than you should be? Negative news reports may have something to do with it.
25 SEP 12
New Study: Your Genes Might Affect How You Respond to Stress
BY Charlene J. Owen Research says that your anxiety isn't about your work; it's about you.
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