As we have changed the clocks to let the morning light shine a little earlier, we now have more darkness in the evening which, in my opinion, is better for the circadian rhythm. Our ancestors, when no electricity existed, rose with the sun and retired by the moon. In today’s
After a significant loss in high school, I was invited to join our school counselor’s student grief group. One day the counselor gave us each a mix-tape CD. As I listened, each song made me cry, in a really good way. This was my introduction to music as a compliment
From Service to Software, and Back Again At SAS, he’s known as “DJ Mobelizer” or “The DJ”, but the man behind the music at SAS events, is none other than Sean Mobley, SAS Software Development Engineer in Test, and Captain in the US Army Reserve. This is Sean’s story about
(image from medlineplus.gov) Over the last five or ten years there has been a huge increase in the amount of research looking at mitochondria and the role these little engines play in our overall health. Mitochondria are small structures inside our cells that convert food and oxygen into energy in
If you visit SAS’ Headquarters campus on a sunny day during lunchtime, you’re likely to see a flurry of activity – employees walking to cafes, sneaking in a midday run on the trails, or just catching a breath of fresh air. You’re also likely to see another sight, albeit less
It seems like everyone is tired. Many of us are overcommitted, we don’t get enough sleep, we are stressed, and maybe we don’t eat the best either. Fatigue is beyond feeling tired. Most of the time if you are tired, and you get some good sleep, you will feel better.