America is one of the most overworked countries in the developed world. Our obsession with work is contrived from cultural expectations and laws that are acting as barriers to a healthy social life, happiness, and physical health. Published April 22 2012
Pain at the pump may actually be a blessing. Maybe now we will venture to try alternate modes of transportation that could improve our health, productivity, air quality, and save us money. Published April 11 2012
Michael Janati is a certified personal trainer through the American Council on Exercise, and CPR/AED certified through the American Red Cross. He has an undergraduate degree in Psychology, and a Masters of Science in Health Promotion Management.
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