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Are You Still Working With Chronic Illness?

Living with a chronic illness is challenging. Living with a chronic illness while working a full-time job? Sometimes unbearable. It might be time to scale back.

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12 Strategies to Get Things Done When You Have Bipolar

Maintaining work productivity can be challenging with the ups and downs of bipolar disorder. Julie A. Fast offers 12 strategies to work around symptoms.

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Rely on Tips? You May Be at Higher Risk for Depression

People who work in the service industry and depend on tips to supplement their base pay are at increased risk for depression, high stress levels, and sleep problems.

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LGBT Adults Are More Likely to Be Unemployed and Uninsured

Sexual minorities in the U.S. are less likely to have jobs and health insurance and more likely to have poor health and a lower quality of life than straight adults.

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Diabetes in the Office: A Supervisor’s Guide

Do you supervise an employee with diabetes? Learn about your responsibilities as an employer under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).

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Colon Cancer Survivor, Firefighter…and Model?

In this Q&A, colon cancer surivivor Steve DeLuca explains how he became topless calendar model, and the things you shouldn't say to someone living with cancer.

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Are You at Risk for Burnout? Recharge This Summer

Unplug. Take breaks. Stay in the moment. These and other tips by Isaiah Pickens, Ph.D. will help you to recharge your mental health and productivity this summer.

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Hate Your Work? Finds Tips for Engaging at Work and Finding Fulfillment

Americans spend most of their waking hours at work and yet two-thirds are disengaged. Find out how to find more fulfillment at work, which leads to better mental health.

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Long Hours Increase Diabetes Risk for Women

Women who consistently work more than 45 hours per week have a 63 percent higher risk of devloping type 2 diabetes, according to this recent study.

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A Psoriasis-Friendly Workday: Tips to Help You Succeed

Is psoriasis making you uncomfortable at work or getting in the way of productivity? Here are some tips to help you succeed at work with psoriasis.