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the desire to live longer is killing middle-aged men

Middle-aged men are working hard at living longer, and it is killing them.

doctors warn new legislation will throw clinics into ‘chaos’ | news

After holding a series of walkouts in previous weeks, Greek doctors warned of fresh action over a Health Ministry bill that Parliament passed Thursday overhauling their working hours and staff recruitment procedures.Under the new rules, doctors will work 12-hour duty shifts, while maximum weekly working hours are now set at 48 (these can be extended to 60 hours per week with the doctor’s consent). Furthermore, doctors will no longer receive compensation for being on standby.Doctors are also reacting to new rules pertaining the recruitment of doctors, under which heads of department will no longer have a say in the selection of staff.Speaking to Kathimerini, the president of the Athens and Piraeus hospital doctors’ association (EINAP), Matina Pagoni, said “the new regulations effectively in

it is magically possible to work less and still do more

Working long hours is pretty common these days. If your Monday to Friday feels like a constant slog of work and projects with no real time for a breather, is this because you have too much work or is it because you’re not using your time efficiently?Working long hours is pretty common these days. If your Monday to Friday feels like a constant slog of work and projects with no real time for a breather, is this because you have too much work or is it because you’re not using your time efficiently?It’s easy to spend too much time perfecting something or equally not focusing enough so you end up dragging the task out more than you should. So does working longer hours mean you’re being productive and getting lots done? The answer is most likely no. When you work consistently long hours or spend

it is magically possible to work less and still do more

Working long hours is pretty common these days. If your Monday to Friday feels like a constant slog of work and projects with no real time for a breather, is this because you have too much work or is it because you’re not using your time efficiently?Working long hours is pretty common these days. If your Monday to Friday feels like a constant slog of work and projects with no real time for a breather, is this because you have too much work or is it because you’re not using your time efficiently?It’s easy to spend too much time perfecting something or equally not focusing enough so you end up dragging the task out more than you should. So does working longer hours mean you’re being productive and getting lots done? The answer is most likely no. When you work consistently long hours or spend

it is magically possible to work less and still do more

Working long hours is pretty common these days. If your Monday to Friday feels like a constant slog of work and projects with no real time for a breather, is this because you have too much work or is it because you’re not using your time efficiently?Working long hours is pretty common these days. If your Monday to Friday feels like a constant slog of work and projects with no real time for a breather, is this because you have too much work or is it because you’re not using your time efficiently?It’s easy to spend too much time perfecting something or equally not focusing enough so you end up dragging the task out more than you should. So does working longer hours mean you’re being productive and getting lots done? The answer is most likely no. When you work consistently long hours or spend

it is magically possible to work less and still do more

Working long hours is pretty common these days. If your Monday to Friday feels like a constant slog of work and projects with no real time for a breather, is this because you have too much work or is it because you’re not using your time efficiently?Working long hours is pretty common these days. If your Monday to Friday feels like a constant slog of work and projects with no real time for a breather, is this because you have too much work or is it because you’re not using your time efficiently?It’s easy to spend too much time perfecting something or equally not focusing enough so you end up dragging the task out more than you should. So does working longer hours mean you’re being productive and getting lots done? The answer is most likely no. When you work consistently long hours or spend

it is magically possible to work less and still do more

Working long hours is pretty common these days. If your Monday to Friday feels like a constant slog of work and projects with no real time for a breather, is this because you have too much work or is it because you’re not using your time efficiently?Working long hours is pretty common these days. If your Monday to Friday feels like a constant slog of work and projects with no real time for a breather, is this because you have too much work or is it because you’re not using your time efficiently?It’s easy to spend too much time perfecting something or equally not focusing enough so you end up dragging the task out more than you should. So does working longer hours mean you’re being productive and getting lots done? The answer is most likely no. When you work consistently long hours or spend

what sweden's new retirement age means for you

Sweden said it would raise the earliest retirement age from 61 to 64 in order to secure future pensions.
"We are reforming the Swedish pension system in order to raise pensions and increase security for both today's and future pensioner," Social Affairs Minister Annika Strandhäll and Financial Markets Minister Per Bolund said in a statement.
"As we are living longer, we have to work longer if pensions are going to continue to grow. This agreement is an important step toward a longer working life and thereby higher pensions and more resources for the welfare state," representatives of the four centre-right opposition parties said in the same statement.
The increase in the retirement age will be carried out in stages, and completed in 2026.
Under the current system, people working in

the desire to live longer is killing middle-aged men

Middle aged men are working hard at living longer, and it is killing them.  The hordes of cross-fitting gym junkies, golden oldie rugby enthusiasts, and masses of lycra clad cyclists, and triathletes are proof of that middle aged men have become obsessed with pounding old age and decrepitude into the distance.

sam smith & timbaland working on new music

Sam Smith has been noticeably absent from the public spotlight for the past year, but a new Instagram post with Timbaland suggests new music may be on the way. Over the weekend, the legendary producer shared a photo with Smith in the studio, saying, "It was a pleasure working this man."There's no info on what the two were working on but one can assume a follow up to Smith's 2014 debut In the Lonely Hour should be on its way before too much longer now, with this possible team up further feeding anticipation. See Timbaland's post here:It was a pleasure working this man @samsmithworld #puretalent #goodvibes #makingmemories and #timeless #music --------A post shared by Timbo the King (@timbaland) on Apr 7, 2017 at 5:41pm PDT

'unsafe hours': some doctors working 70 hours straight: audit

Some doctors in Australia's public hospitals are working more than 70-hours straight, a new audit has found. More than half of doctors in Australia's public hospitals are working unsafe hours - some more than 70 hours in a single shift.A new audit by the Australian Medical Association found that 53 per cent were on rosters that placed them at significant or higher risk of fatigue.Intensive care physicians and surgeons were the most stretched.One doctor reported working an unbroken 76-hour shift, alongside others who endured shifts of between 53 and 72 hours.AMA president Michael Gannon was left dismayed."It is disappointing that work and rostering practices in some hospitals are still contributing to doctor fatigue and stress, which ultimately affect patient safety and quality of care and

'unsafe hours': some doctors working 70 hours straight: audit

Some doctors in Australia's public hospitals are working more than 70-hours straight, a new audit has found. More than half of doctors in Australia's public hospitals are working unsafe hours - some more than 70 hours in a single shift.A new audit by the Australian Medical Association found that 53 per cent were on rosters that placed them at significant or higher risk of fatigue.Intensive care physicians and surgeons were the most stretched.One doctor reported working an unbroken 76-hour shift, alongside others who endured shifts of between 53 and 72 hours.AMA president Michael Gannon was left dismayed."It is disappointing that work and rostering practices in some hospitals are still contributing to doctor fatigue and stress, which ultimately affect patient safety and quality of care and

bjp's caricature of rahul not working anymore: tharoor

The BJP had "very successfully caricatured" Rahul Gandhi but the tactic is no longer working because the people now see the Congress vice president as an "effective opponent" to the ruling party, former minister Shashi Tharoor has said.The Congress MP said the narrative had "changed very very clearly" in the past few months and people were now openly expressing "doubts and misgivings" about how the Narendra Modi government was performing.People are also more willing to see the Congress as a viable alternative to the BJP, the Thiruvananthapuram MP said."The BJP had very successfully caricatured Rahul Gandhi in the past. That is no longer working because Rahul Gandhi is seen as a rather effective opponent to the BJP...As this changed narrative proceeds, you are going to find more and more mo

point two clarifies confusion over air jacket servicing and canisters

Point Two has clarified the servicing situation over its older-style screw-in canister air jackets after customers expressed confusion on social media.Some people were worried they would no longer be able to get the right type of canisters to fit their jackets.There was also concern from some that their jackets would no longer be able to be serviced or would require an expensive upgrade.Point Two has now set the record straight.A statement from chief executive Lee Middleton said the company will “always continue to supply screw-in canisters”.It will also continue to service all its jackets this year, but from 2018 it will no longer service the older-style screw-in canister jackets.However, it is offering discount options to riders to upgrade their old jackets instead of having a service.Th

longer, stronger summers in the gulf of maine

Summer is coming to the Gulf of Maine, longer and warmer than ever—as much as two months longer. That's the message of a new research article by a team of scientists led by Andrew Thomas of the University of Maine School of Marine Sciences. The study, published in the journal Elementa, examined the seasonality of sea surface temperature trends along the northeast coast of the United States.

athens ice cream factory to close | business

Froneri Hellas (formerly Nestlé) has announced the closure of its ice cream factory in the west Athens neighborhood of Tavros, citing measures being taken to alleviate financial difficulties the company is facing.The factory employees 102 people and according to a statement released by Froneri, those working for the company for up to 16 years will receive compensation twice the amount stipulated by law, while those working for longer will get 2.5 times that amount. Froneri also says it will offer professional repositioning services to those who want it.The Tavros factory was re-acquired by Nestle in 2006 after it bought Delta Ice Cream. 

icloud password not working in third-party apps? tips to fix it

iCloud password no longer working in third party apps? There is a possibility that you may have created an app-specific password and forgotten it. If yes, you can troubleshoot this issue right away.You can view labels for all the app-specific passwords. What's more, there is also an option to revoke all the passwords and create new ones. Find out how it works!Snapshot of everything we have covered in this post:How to Find if a Third Party App is Using App Specific PasswordNote: As of June 15, you must have to create app-specific passwords in order to sign into your iCloud account from any third-party app.Step #1. Open any web browser and head over to Appleid.apple.com. Then, you need to sign in with your Apple ID and password.Step #2. Under the Security section, choose Edit.Step #3. Under

prison furlough to be made easier and longer | news

Prosecutors will no longer be able to veto prisoners’ right to furlough, according to a draft bill seeking to reform the country’s prison rules.The bill, which is expected to be put to a vote in Parliament in the next few weeks, also stipulates that furloughs will have a longer duration and will be granted earlier.The legislation has been in the making for some eight years and builds on a previous bill drafted in 2010 under the supervision of criminology professor and former minister Yiannis Panousis.

after retiring at 34, brandon realised a 'shocking and uncomfortable' truth

At the age of 34, Brandon realised he had been motivated by money his entire life.And now, he no longer is.
The Mad Fientist has learnt a lot about himself in the past year. Photo: SuppliedThe software developer and blogger behind the Mad Fientist — who doesn't use his last name online for privacy reasons — had been planning and saving for years to retire early.Living frugally and working in rural Vermont, he managed to save and invest about 70 per cent of his after-tax income, and saved enough to leave his job in spring 2014. However, when his employer offered to make his position remote, he stayed on for a few years more than planned, intermittently travelling with his wife Jill until they relocated full-time to Scotland in May 2015. There, he continued working, blogging, and saving un

spaces co-working: working from home is overrated

Working from home can be great. No one's gonna drain the coffee pot before you get there; no one's gonna drop a "what's happening?" on you when you're in the flow; and, yes, pants are optional. But it can be lonely, and it's nice to have people to bounce your work off of. When you're a one-man team, or your team is spread out, you might consider a co-working space. And if you're going that far, then you might as well consider Spaces co-working!I'm Michael Fisher –MrMobile to the world– and I normally just have one weirdo I share an office with (Justus knows he's a weirdo; it's okay). Recently he and I got to check out Spaces co-working on Newbury Street in Boston. There, we shared offices with software developers, lawyers, artists, and many others – and ate tons of free hummus in the proce

windows phone prototype shows working surface pen support

Here’s another one for the “things Microsoft should and could have done but didn’t” files. It wasn’t too long ago that there rumors and leaks of abandoned plans for a Windows 10 Mobile Lumia phone that could have become the Surface Phone that Windows fans have been dying to have. Unfortunately, that possibility no longer seems to even be on the table, with Microsoft’s practically backing out of even Windows 10 Mobile. Almost to add insult to injury, a new video of an old prototype has surfaced, showing off working Surface Pen integration on a Lumia phone.This is what the Lumia 950 XL was supposed to be, according to the source. At least until Microsoft gutted it and delivered a half-baked flagship that was easily upstaged by a third-party device like the HP Elite x3. There have been variou

manatees are no longer endangered: us officials

Manatees have experienced a dramatic turnaround and are no longer in imminent danger of extinctionManatees are no longer an endangered species, US officials said Thursday, declaring success after decades of efforts to rebuild the population of the chubby sea cows in Florida and the Caribbean region.
The population of West Indian manatees in Florida is now around population of 6,620, "a dramatic turnaround from the 1970s, when just a few hundred individuals remained," said a statement from the US Fish and Wildlife Service.Manatees are now considered "threatened," meaning they are protected under the Endangered Species Act but are no longer considered in imminent danger of extinction throughout their range.The decision applies to West Indian manatees, which includes the Florida manatee sub

fairphone will stop supporting its first 'ethical' phone

In a blog post about the decision, Fairphone CEO Bas van Abel said it had a lot to do with sourcing and stocking spare parts. When its manufacturer stopped making phones, Fairphone went directly to the parts suppliers, but as those companies began to stop producing the parts, obtaining and stocking them became more difficult.Abel said in the post that the company's main focus with the Fairphone 1 was to source conflict-free minerals from conflict-affected countries, adding, "By being the first phone company to offer spare parts in our online shop and working with iFixit to create repair tutorials, we were moving towards longer-lasting devices, but it wasn't our primary objective." But with the Fairphone 2, launched in 2015, the modular, repairable aspect became more of an active target. "W

important people are busy but unimportant people are not?

We used to imagine the rich and successful to have lives of leisure. We saw them as people who took long, luxurious vacations, who ate at the best restaurants and enjoyed expensive hobbies. Their wealth and success meant that they were free to enjoy their time exactly as they liked, and no longer were forced to work stressful, long hours like the rest of us.We used to imagine the rich and successful to have lives of leisure. We saw them as people who took long, luxurious vacations, who ate at the best restaurants and enjoyed expensive hobbies. Their wealth and success meant that they were free to enjoy their time exactly as they liked, and no longer were forced to work stressful, long hours like the rest of us.However lately, that image seems to have reversed. Today we seem to imagine the

important people are busy but unimportant people are not?

We used to imagine the rich and successful to have lives of leisure. We saw them as people who took long, luxurious vacations, who ate at the best restaurants and enjoyed expensive hobbies. Their wealth and success meant that they were free to enjoy their time exactly as they liked, and no longer were forced to work stressful, long hours like the rest of us.We used to imagine the rich and successful to have lives of leisure. We saw them as people who took long, luxurious vacations, who ate at the best restaurants and enjoyed expensive hobbies. Their wealth and success meant that they were free to enjoy their time exactly as they liked, and no longer were forced to work stressful, long hours like the rest of us.However lately, that image seems to have reversed. Today we seem to imagine the

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