Home > Lifestyle > Healthy workplace > News News All sections in Healthy Workplace » Workplace Basics » At the Office » Dangerous Jobs » Employee Wellbeing » Health at work » Work and Stress » Work behaviour » Your new job » Workplace News Why are some people lazier than others? If you’re worried about being a chronic couch potato, don’t despair. There might be a good reason why you always feel like doing as little as possible. Down syndrome kids’ message to future moms » Join Health24 on Facebook » Subscribe to the newsletter » Ask CyberShrink » A day in the life of a rural doctor in SA Wasting time and money Employees benefit from natural light Workers exposed to sunshine sleep better and have a better quality of life, researchers say. Doctor's white coat could spread germs White coats, neckties, and wrist watches can become contaminated and may potentially serve as vehicles to carry germs from one patient to another. New app to help you quit your job A humorous new app aims to relieve the stress and anxiety of quitting your job by sending a text message instead of confronting your boss. Firms cash in on your flexi-time When it comes to flexi-time at work, it's not unusual for firms to cash-in, profiting from our "free" time and non-professional aptitudes, experts warn. “ Latest comment on Health24 Shongwane Danke says... I have also won quitting. 7 natural techniques to help you quit smoking ” Office etiquette: eating at your desk Are you having lunch or just a little snack at your desk? These are the things you should think of to keep the peace with your colleagues. load more articles advertisement From our sponsors Soothe your family’s coughs and colds Why hydration is important while exercising Taking charge of your health Man, take care of your health! Live healthier Up for grabs » Win with NuSeed Win with MySmartkid Win a Canderel hamper Win a LED 3D smart TV Stand a chance of winning a Samsung UA55H8000 Smart 55 inch Curved LED TV valued at R20 000 from Save Hyper! Medical marijuana » 'I used cannabis oil to cure my cancer' Could your doctor could be high? Dagga in medicine? Medicinal dagga: the dangers can't be ignored There is not sufficient evidence to support the potential medicinal benefit from cannabis use cautions an academic from Stellenbosch University.