DAILY LIVING

Browse here to find information on relevant topics affecting Men's and Women's health as well as resources and articles on family well being, social connectedness, work life balance and volunteering. 

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First, Office Space; Then the World

"The project, known as Dock 72, is the brainchild of WeWork, the fast-growing New York start-up valued at a whopping $20 billion. In just eight years, WeWork has built a network of 212 shared working spaces around the globe. But WeWork’s chief executive and co-founder, Adam Neumann, isn’t content to just lease out communal offices. Mr. Neumann — a lanky, longhaired 38-year-old Israeli — wants nothing less than to radically transform the way we work, live and play."

 By David Gelles

For The New York Times 

The new Colorado Spirits Trail maps out 52 distilleries across the state. Here’s how it works.

"Spirits enthusiasts can pick up a trail map, with passport, at most participating distilleries, and at the airport and tourist information offices around the state. Hitting the trail soon could land you a prize: Be among the first 24 to get a stamp from all 52 distilleries on the map and you’ll get a signed bottle from each one. Pacing yourself? Visiting just 10 places on the map gets you a Spirits Trail T-shirt."

 By Joshua Berman 

For The Know

5 Places Where People Live the Longest and Healthiest Lives

Five places, in particular, fall into the latter category. They’re known as Blue Zones—named for the blue circles researchers drew to identify the first one on a map—and they’re home to some of the oldest and healthiest people in the world. Dan Buettner, author of The Blue Zones and The Blue Zones Solution, told TIME why residents of these places live so long—and how you can steal their habits.

By Jaime Ducharme

For Time Magazine Online

Growth Factors 

Dealing With Hair Loss 

An inherited condition, androgenetic alopecia (also called male - or female - pattern hair loss) usually occurs after the age of 50, but it can begin as young adulthood, according to the National Institutes of Health. 

 By Barbara Boughton 

For The Costco Connection