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    Share this: This article was originally published on Oct 12 1:53pm EDT by THE CITY The headlines say New York City’s tech sector is in trouble. The data says the city’s tech firms are still growing. Last week Peloton, the home exercise company whose revenues and stock soared in the pandemic, announced another set of layoffs, this one of 500 employees, reducing its workforce by half from its peak last year. Its chief executive said the company has six months to prove it can survive as an independent company.
    If you work for a horrible boss, you may spend your days telling yourself how much better you world be at their job. But a new study finds you could end up being just as bad, as hostile behaviour from 'abusive' bosses has a trickle-down effect, leading to co-workers adopting similar behaviour. Inappropriate language, sexual harassment, outbursts, humiliation and misuse of power are all examples of hostile behaviour, according to the researchers. They found that more than two-thirds of employees who had experienced this kind of hostile behaviour from a leader then witnessed interpersonal aggression within the general workforce.  This can lead to a toxic atmosphere of insecurity and exhaustion in the workplace, according to the study by Anglia Ruskin University (ARU) in the UK, as well as researchers in Pakistan, China and the United States. 'It's clear from our study that hostile behaviour at the top of a workplace is not only likely to be damaging to individuals in terms of their emotional exhaustion and job security,' said co-author Dr Nadeem Khalid, Senior Lecturer in Entrepreneurship and Strategy at...
    These stars are among the most recognisable in the world, although you wouldn't know it from their dubious courtroom sketches.  Celebrities like Rihanna, Katy Perry and Catherine Zeta Jones have all had their famously flawless visages butchered by an artist's pen, leaving them looking decidedly ordinary. Or even - dare we say it - ugly.  The latest victims of an unforgiving portraitist are the Kardashian family, who are appearing at a downtown Los Angeles court to defend themselves in a $108 million defamation lawsuit brought by Blac Chyna. Going viral! The latest victims of an unforgiving portraitist are the Kardashian family, who are appearing at a downtown Los Angeles court to defend themselves in a $108 million defamation lawsuit brought by Blac Chyna. The sketches (above) have been mocked online Famous faces: Kim Kardashian with her sisters Kylie Jenner and Khloe Kardashian, and their mother Kris Jenner. The bad courtroom sketches of the family have gone viral  The sketches of Kim, Khloe, Kylie and Kris are so bad that they have gone viral, with Twitter users claiming the artist must 'hate'...
    Your wedding day may be the best day of your life – but the honeymoon period really is short-lived, according to researchers. Physical and mental wellbeing goes up as couples prepare to tie the knot but slumps after the ceremony, Denver University psychologists found. Newlyweds report lower life satisfaction, higher levels of psychological distress and increased alcohol consumption not long after saying 'I do'.  Your wedding day may be the best day of your life – but the honeymoon period really is short-lived, according to researchers (stock image) RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next EXCLUSIVE: Poisoner dubbed the Black Widow who killed her... Three wedding dresses, three wedding planners and three huge... Share this article Share The study, reported in the Journal of Family Psychology, tracked the wellbeing of 168 people before and after they married. Researchers said the results suggested the strength of the relationship was what boosted their health. They added: 'Our hypothesis was that individuals who transition to marriage would report increases in general health. But this was not supported.'
    ARE these seemingly healthy foods worth their salt? We told yesterday how soluble parace­tamol can contain more sodium, at 0.44g per pill than a pack of Walkers Ready Salted, at 0.34g – putting over 60s at risk of heart attacks. 9Your 'healthy foods', such as tomato soup, may contain just as much salt as fast foodCredit: Getty - Contributor A daily limit of 6g is recommended – but many items that are supposedly good for us contain a surprising amount of salt. From cornflakes to tomato soup, Katy Docherty shows the fast food equivalents of these salty snacks. 9Kellogg’s cornflakes (30g) has 0.34g salt whereas Burger King's small fries has 0.3g salt 9Two slices Kingsmill 50/50 medium bread has 0.76g salt but Nine McDonalds McNuggets has 0.77g salt 930g serving of Crespo Pitted Green Olives contains 0.66g salt but a Subway classic tuna sandwich has 0.67g salt 9Creamfields Greek Feta cheese 33g serving has 0.7g salt but 14 Dominos Spicy BBQ wings has LESS salt at 0.62g 9One 47.5g serving of pesto cause contains 1.4g salt - the same amount...
    A WOMAN was left mortified after realising she was to blame for causing a horrible stench throughout her home for several days. She and her partner were left trying to get to the bottom of the smell and finally found the culprit sitting in a kitchen drawer - although, it's not surprising that it went a miss. 3A woman was left mortified after accidentally stinking out her home for several daysCredit: @tik_tat/Tiktok 3Can you spot the culprit behind the smell in the picture?Credit: @tik_tat/Tiktok TikTok user Tatyana Trachishina (@tik_tat) shared a video online - that has now been watched over 600k times - and revealed the unfortunate mishap. She was left red-faced as she explained: "So my house started smelling really bad all of a sudden. "And we couldn't figure it out for a few days until my husband finally found it and texted me..." Along with a photo of the incriminating contents of one of their kitchen drawers, he wrote: "Spot the problem." So, can you see it? The woman had accidentally left a bag...
    The official advice is clear — too much salt is bad for you. It raises your blood pressure and increases your chances of developing cardiovascular disease and having a potentially fatal stroke or a heart attack. The theory goes that excess salt in your system leads to water retention in the blood, putting pressure on your blood vessels, raising your blood pressure. To reduce that risk, says the Government, adults should aim to consume less than 6g of added salt a day, just over one teaspoonful.  Not easy when you consider that two slices of bread alone provide 1g before you add fillings or flavourings. The World Health Organisation goes further — it says 2.5 million deaths could be prevented each year globally if salt consumption were reduced to less than 5g a day for adults, a target that all member states, including the UK, have committed to achieving by 2025. The official advice is clear — too much salt is bad for you. It raises your blood pressure and increases your chances of developing cardiovascular disease and having...
    AN EXPERT shared the signs that reveal whether you were taught disordered eating as a child. TikTok user Mel, who has been an emotional eating coach for over 13 years, shared a series of videos where she listed the different behaviors surrounding food that are actually not normal. Using food as a punishment or a reward 3Credit: TikTok Doing this can often warp people's perception of food, making them emotional eaters. This might come off as going out for dessert after going through a particularly grueling doctor's appointment or forcing your kid to eat their vegetables when they did bad on an exam. "Cleaning your plate" if you want dessert There is a thin line between urging your kids to eat all their veggies and punishing them if they don't clean out their plate. Telling them that if they want dessert, they need to eat something they don't enjoy might cause them to develop anxieties about not clearing out their plates if they are full and will cause them to overeat. "Fat" was an insult These days, the...
    If you're stuck in a dissatisfying marriage, alarming new research from Israel suggests you should get a marriage therapy or risk being put in an early grave. Exploring extensive health data going back more than 30 years, a team from Tel Aviv University tracked the deaths and causes of death of more than 10,000 Israeli men.  Being unhappy with your marriage, or even perceiving your marriage as bad, made the men as likely to die from cerebrovascular (CVA) conditions, such as stroke, or blocked arteries at the same rate as smoking and a lack of physical activity.  Those men who felt their marriage was unhappy were 69.2 per cent more likely to die from stroke than those who were happy in their marriage, authors found. When considering all cases of premature death among the men, the rate of death was 19 per cent higher in men who said their marriage was unsatisfactory.  Study authors say health authorities should promote marriage therapy as a way to improve mens health and help them live longer.     If you're stuck in a dissatisfying...
    New York : It is true that eggs are a food with a high content of cholesterol that can harm our heart health. However, as Stylist indicates, the nutritional value of eggs has been proven, which has improved its reputation. In any case, there are reasons to point out that eating eggs is not as harmful as one might initially think, and that the damage that it could cause to health depends a lot on the frequency with which we consume them. The cholesterol problem One of the most common comments to hear when it comes to eggs is that are foods with a high cholesterol content, which can eventually be a major problem for our health. However, eggs become really problematic when they are consumed too frequently, which would lead to a greater accumulation of cholesterol in the body. If this is not the case, then there is not much we need to worry about. Thus, regulating the intake of eggs is one of the easiest and most accessible ways to get rid of the possible risks that...
    KELLY Clarkson said "people can be bad for you at a certain time" as she hints at the reasoning behind her divorce from Brandon Blackstock. The 38-year-old singer filed for divorce in June. 8Kelly said 'people can be bad for you at a certain time'Credit: The Kelly Clarkson Show 8She filed for divorce from Brandon in JuneCredit: Getty - Contributor Kelly made the comments during Tuesday's episode of her talk show The Kelly Clarkson Show. The host read the prompt: "I'm grateful in 2020 for the lesson I learned about...," while she answered: "Myself." Kelly then elaborated on her answer, explaining: "Even at 38, I feel like I'm always changing and progressing in a good sense, in a good way. And I always want to make sure I'm being the best version of myself." She added that her mother Jeanne gave her invaluable advice that she's kept in mind amid the downfall of her marriage. The host shared with her viewers: "My mom has been telling me since I was a kid: You are who you surround yourself with. 8She shared...
    Diet drinks are just as bad for your heart as the full-sugar versions, a study has found. French researchers tracked more than 104,000 people over ten years, looking at how many sugary or sugar-free soft drinks they consumed. They found the consumers of both sugary and artificially sweetened drinks are up to  20 per cent more likely to suffer heart disease, stroke or heart attacks than those who avoid soft drinks.  Scroll down video   Researchers found the consumers of both sugary and artificially sweetened drinks are up to 20 per cent more likely to suffer heart disease, stroke or heart attacks than those who avoid soft drinks The scientists, at Sorbonne University in Paris, split people into three groups based on their consumption of sweetened beverages.  These categories were labelled as non-consumers, low consumers and high consumers and drinks split into either artificially sweetened or sugary.  A sugar content equalling or exceeding five per cent meant it was considered sugary whereas a sub-five percentage and the presence of 'non-nutritive sweeteners' was enough to be classified as an artificially-sweetened beverage.   The...
    Many of us wake up and go straight for that cup of coffee. Some of us even set the coffee maker so it is freshly brewed the moment our alarm goes off. However, researchers at the University in Bath in the United Kingdom say you should not drink your morning cup of joe first thing in the morning. A study looked at 29 people who drank a strong, black cup of coffee an hour after they woke up after getting a poor night’s sleep. They looked to see how the coffee impacted blood sugar levels. The findings suggest that a cup of coffee, if consumed before breakfast, has a negative impact on your body’s ability to control its blood sugar levels. And doctors agree that elevated blood sugar levels increase the risk of conditions like heart disease and diabetes. However, the researchers say there is an easy fix. If you have a bad night’s sleep, simply make sure to eat breakfast before you drink your cup of coffee. Copyright 2020 by KSAT - All rights reserved.
    Coffee has many health benefits, but there are also a few risks. We Are/Getty Images Coffee isn't bad for you, as long as you drink it in moderation.  Coffee can have many health benefits, such as boosting energy, providing essential nutrients, and reducing your risk for long-term health problems like heart disease or type 2 diabetes.  However, coffee can be unhealthy if you drink too much or add too much sugar — here's how to know if you're drinking the right amount.  This article was medically reviewed by Jason R. McKnight, MD, MS, a family medicine physician and clinical assistant professor at Texas A&M College of Medicine.  Visit Insider's Health Reference library for more advice. It's estimated that 49% of US adults drink coffee daily. But is it good or bad for your health? Research has found some advantages and some potential disadvantages, depending on how much you drink.  Here's what you should know about the benefits and risks of drinking coffee, and how much you should drink to gain its positive health effects.  Coffee boosts energy and helps you focus Coffee...
    NICK KYRGIOS called Boris Becker a doughnut in a furious Twitter spat on Tuesday morning. The former Wimbledon champion, 52, hit out at Kyrgios for his recent comments against Novak Djokovic and Alexander Zverev. 1Kyrgios and Becker were involved in a furious Twitter spat on Tuesday For goodness sake Boris, I’m not competing or trying to throw anyone under the bus. It’s a global pandemic and if someone is as idiotic as Alex to do what he has done, I’ll call him out for it. Simple.— Nicholas Kyrgios (@NickKyrgios) June 30, 2020 The Australian hothead, 25, tore into the pair for their irresponsible actions regarding coronavirus in recent weeks. Djokovic hosted the doomed Adria Tour event - with a host of tennis' biggest names, including the world No1 himself, testing positive for the virus. One of the competitors in Europe was Zverev, who revealed he would self-isolate as a precaution - only to be seen at a nightclub in Monte Carlo six days later. Clearly sick of Kyrgios' gobby outbursts, Becker lashed out on Twitter - only for the feisty...
    Kelly is four months into a relationship with someone she really likes. She’s hoping like mad it will turn into a serious, committed relationship but continues to flirt with three other guys on the side. Why risk a relationship she cares about by doing this? 'I’ve been hurt in the past and I don’t want to be left all alone,' she justifies, when I call her on it. “If this relationship doesn’t work out, at least I have back-ups.” Sound familiar? Kelly isn’t the only person guilty of committing the latest millennial dating sin: ‘cushioning’.  Sex expert Tracey Cox explains why keeping people as back-ups at the beginning of a relationship can be reassuring, but explains why you should not do it long-term (woman looking at her phone, stock picture) Are we all guilty of cushioning? Cushioning is when you have ‘cushions’ as well as a main relationship: people you flirt and chat with, just in case things don’t work out. These people are there to cushion the blow of rejection. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 2 Next Prince...
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