Bryn Mawr’s Yangming, which has been closed since a roach infestation was discovered by local authorities says it will clean up the restaurant and reopen. The Main Line restaurant, which was once named one of the best Chinese restaurants in America, posted an apology via Facebook.
If you work upward of 55 hours on a regular week, you might want to cut back in the name of health (not to mention your sanity). New data analysis done by researchers at University College London found that folks who work 55 hours or more each week have significantly greater risks of stroke and heart disease than those who work the standard 35 to 40 hours a week, The New York Times reports.
I know it’s disgusting — and maybe a tad embarrassing — but can we all just cop to feeling a giant sense of satisfaction when we dig a big, honking ball of wax out of our ears with a Q-tip? Surely I’m not the only one who marvels at how all of that was crammed in there in the first place. Read more »
We live in a world where people wear Snuggies, spend a good chunk of their lives watching How I Met Your Mother on Netflix and willingly give the majority of their disposable income to GrubHub. My point? Everyone is lazy sometimes. And if today happens to be a lazy day for you, here: Five ways to be a little bit healthier without trying too hard. Seriously, these tips require no effort.
Aramark provides millions of meals each year to people in 21 countries. Now, the company vows to make those meals healthier.
On Wednesday, Philadelphia-based Aramark announced a new plan to reduce calories, saturated fat and sodium levels by 20 percent, while increasing fruits, vegetables and whole grains 20 percent. They call the program Healthy for Life 20 by 20. Read more »