High Five! Now look at your hand. We’ve talked about the predictive possibilities of the male ring finger in the past—higher income, better health etc. Now a new study out of Switzerland indicates that men whose ring finger (or fourth finger) is longer than his index finger are seen as “more handsome” in the eyes of women.
Workplace stress can be a killer! But you can fight back by being fit. A new Swedish study reveals a modest level of fitness may help you avoid workplace burnout. The study showed men who did better on a cycling fitness test were less likely to report feeling fried on the job than those with lower fitness scores.
Ok my manly man brothers—and you know who you are—this one is for us. We may not have the hand-eye coordination of a big league ball player. We may not have the sprinter’s speed or the shot putter’s power but we can have a pile of wood and the mindset of the lumberjack.
I’ll be the first to admit I have sacrificed family time for work. I guess I got the habit from my father, the hardest working man in agriculture. I’m trying to do better by my 4 year old but I do carry a sense of guilt for time lost with my other kids.
Hey Ben Franklin! Try Again! Early to bed, early to rise? Not so much, IFf you believe the Japanese!! Getting up very early could be bad for your heart health, according to a recent study of more than 3,000 healthy adults.
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