Signs of excessive stress at work include: irritable mood, low efficiency and productivity, missing passion to work, etc. Learn to beat work stress.
According to a new report from the United Nations International Labour Organization, it states that working outside office makes one more vulnerable to unpaid overtime, stress and insomnia.
The researchers found that women who worked an average of 60 hours or more over three decades had three times the risk of getting diabetes.
In a bid to tackle stress among people and improve productivity, Union Health Minister Jagat Prakash Nadda on Wednesday said that the government is working on "Catch them Young" programme to make people aware of ...
You can take your favourite foods to work, without the risk of spillage by putting in a little more thought and effort into it.
A new study explores the correlation between working too much and excess alcohol - but equally important is how well integrated you are in the workplace and the pattern of your working hours.
Danger highlighted by research suggesting those working a 55-hour week face 33% increased risk of stroke than those working a 35- to 40-hour week.
Long working hours have recently been on the radar of health experts and researchers. Previously, it has been linked to increased smoking and coronary heart disease. (More: Long Working Hours Linked to Increased Smoking)A new ...
Your colleagues at work - and not your spouse or kids -- decide how healthy you will be as you age, as you are likely to spend an average of one third of your day ...
A brisk walk or a long swim may be the key to preventing a bad day at the office besides keeping you fit.