- Slate explains why the rich and powerful actually may get substandard medical care.
- According to a new study by the Kenexa Research Institute, men and women perceive workplace stress differently. Women are more likely to feel stressed if they don't have good managerial support and equal opportunity. Men's stress is more likely to be tied to product quality and trust in senior leadership.
- And you thought Americans were stressed out? We've got nothing on the Japanese. More than a third of married couples there have stopped having sex, many because the men are too tired from work, according to a government-backed medical researcher.
In good health,