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Stressed at Work? Harvard Study Finds You Are Not Alone

Stressed at Work? Harvard Study Finds You Are Not Alone

Almost one in five workers - a share the study calls "disturbingly high" - say they face a hostile or threatening environment at work, which can include sexual harassment and bullying. While she largely praises the survey's comprehensiveness, Waheed says she would have like to see how workers fared along hourly versus non-hourly lines, as well as the experiences reported by part-time versus full-time workers.


Suzann Pettersen out of Solheim Cup firing line after suffering back injury

Suzann Pettersen out of Solheim Cup firing line after suffering back injury

In a statement announcing her withdrawal from this week's event, which begins on Friday, Pettersen wrote: "I have made this extremely hard decision to help the European team and give my team-mates the best possible chance of success". "Walking up a few hills I have to take a few extra breaths because I was a little more exhausted than normal", she added. Wednesday, Team Europe's Annika Sorenstam wasn't as forthright in revealing her potential match-ups, but did disclose who this week will be ...


DJI's Drones Can Now Operate Without Internet Data Transfer

DJI's Drones Can Now Operate Without Internet Data Transfer

It remains unclear exactly why the Army issued that August 2 memo, a portion of which was published August 4 by sUAS News , though the memo referenced a classified Army Research Laboratory report, "DJI UAS Technology Threat and User Vulnerabilities" dated May 25, along with a May 24 U.S.


'Metabolically healthy obese' at twice the risk of heart disease

'Metabolically healthy obese' at twice the risk of heart disease

The University of Cambridge and the Imperial College London found that being overweight will increased a person's risk of coronary heart disease (CHD) by up to 28 percentage which compared to with the healthy bodyweight, even if they had healthy blood pressure, blood sugar and cholesterol levels are normal.


NCHS: Teen Opioid Overdoses Rise After Years of Decline

NCHS: Teen Opioid Overdoses Rise After Years of Decline

Opioid deaths among adults are a major cause of worry, and now teen deaths are also on a rise. After drug overdose deaths reached a peak 4.2% in 2007 and started to generally decline over the following seven years, there was a 20% increase in 2015.


China fight back to beat Syria at FIBA Asia Cup

China fight back to beat Syria at FIBA Asia Cup

Head coach Chot Reyes, whose team swept their group to set up a quarter-final with a Korea team that needed to see off Japan in a play-off, put his players through a lighter practice in the build-up to today's quarter-final. Like the previous quarters, the Koreans forced the Philippines to play their game , extending their lead to 78-55. The South Koreans never allowed the Philippines to get close in the 2nd half and left their scrappy opponents constantly deflated with a fluid, efficient ...