Mental Attitude: No Interruptions Please.
Short interruptions (such as the few seconds it takes to silence that buzzing smart phone) have a surprisingly large effect on one’s ability to accurately complete a task. Interruptions of just three seconds can double your chances for making errors.
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, January 2013
Health Alert: American Health.
Diet: Diet Linked To Depression?
Wellness/Prevention: Obesity and Car Accident Fatalities.
An analysis of over 57,000 automobile collisions concluded obese drivers are 21-80% more likely to die after the accident, depending on the severity of their obesity. Two possible reasons for the increase include: vehicle design and safety features that are optimized for normal weight adults, and the greater likelihood of underlying health problems that accompany obesity.
British Medical Journal, January 2013