New research says many women struggle with depression, anxiety and PTSD months down the road.
Rachel Whalen’s first miscarriage happened fast. Six and a half weeks into her pregnancy, she took a test. Two days later, she started to bleed.
“It was just a really lonely experience and I was scared,” Whalen, now 34, told HuffPost. “Then I was also kind of like, ‘Am I being silly to feel this way?’” She told herself that early miscarriages are common (up to 20% of known pregnancies end in a loss) and hoped it would be her only one.
Several months later, she got pregnant again. Soon after, she miscarried again. Whalen and her husband were driving to their summer vacation. She felt a contraction and passed the fetal tissue in a gas station, catching it in her own hands.
Your boarding pass contains a lot more data that you might realize.
Etay Maor, chief security officer at global threat intelligence firm IntSights, travels often. In fact, he took more than 100 flights over the past year. During his trips, he noticed a troubling trend: Passengers leaving their boarding passes behind on the plane.
If that has you worried (and honestly, it should), here’s a look at what kind of information can be unlocked with a boarding pass and what you can do to protect yourself.
How Hackers Can Exploit Your Boarding Pass
Home office, flexibilidade de horários e mais tempo para a família. Mais que salários altos ou cargos importantes, os jovens no mercado de trabalho buscam equilíbrio entre a vida pessoal e profissional. O novo modelo, segundo reportagem do New York Times, pode trazer repercussões positivas para todos os funcionários das empresas.
Apple, Walmart e Salesforce são exemplos de grandes corporações que já buscam maneiras de ajudar seus funcionários na busca por esse equilíbrio — e atrair assim os melhores talentos.
Os jovens provaram que não é preciso estar no escritório das 9h às 17h para ser um funcionário eficiente,” diz Ana Recio, vice-presidente executiva da recrutamento global da Salesforce.
Some fitness trends make it seem like in order to get in shape, you have to bounce around, throw tires into the air, or leave a pool of sweat on the ground after every workout. But, believe it or not, you can build serious strength without even moving a muscle.
- The typical infrared sauna sold in the U.S. is far-infrared. These low-energy wavelengths provide virtually no photobiomodulation health benefits; they only heat your body superficially
- The near-infrared wavelengths can penetrate up to 4 inches into your body’s tissues. The incandescent light bulb is the most efficient way to heat tissue because it is mostly near-infrared
- Only a few percent of solar radiation are far-infrared. About 40 percent of the sunlight spectrum is near-infrared
- Sunlight and incandescent light interacts with light receptor proteins called chromophores in your body. When light hits the chromophores, they activate a variety of biological processes. Near-infrared also activates the mitochondrial chelating systems in the cells
- Near-infrared light therapy stimulates your mitochondria to release nitric oxide and boost ATP production which, together, promote healing effects such as DNA repair and cellular regeneration.
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