We are in the midst of a sleep deprivation crisis, writes Arianna Huffington, the co-founder and editor in chief of The Huffington Post. And this has profound consequences - on our health, our job...
We live in a world where 'success' is governed by money and power. Arianna Huffington has both, being named by Forbes as one of the worlds most powerful women, and selling The Huffington Post to AOL for $315 million. You would think to get to that you must have it all right?
Huffington is the founder of The Huffington Post. I'm not a sleep scientist, though I certainly talked to as many of them as I could find for The Sleep Revolution . The fact is, we're all conducting a longitudinal study of our sleep patterns, all the time, every night.
On a écrit énormément de choses sur la pneumonie atypique d'Hillary Clinton, et tous les Américains découvrent cette maladie. C'est l'occasion rêvée de parler d'un mal beaucoup plus insidieux: une société qui pousse nos responsables politiques à devenir de véritables zombies.
An awful lot has been written about walking pneumonia, and the entire nation is having a teach-in about the condition. But it's actually an opportunity to have a teachable moment about a much larger condition -- the fact that our culture incentivizes our politicians to go around like walking zombies.
CDMX- Hola desde México. Estoy aquí con nuestro equipo internacional para el lanzamiento del HuffPost México, la edición número 15 del Huffington Post fuera de Estados Unidos. Se trata de nuestra parada más reciente en nuestra expansión internacional, que arrancó en 2011 con el lanzamiento del HuffPost Canadá.
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Selecting a term
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