Alex Rodriguez on Parenting With J. Lo: ‘Before She Gets Home, I’m the Boss’

Alex Rodriguez joked about who’s the “boss” in his blended family with wife-to-be, Jennifer Lopez — and no, it’s not him! During an appearance on Today with Hoda & Jenna, guest cohost Andy Cohen asked the former Yankees player “who wears the pants” in the power couple’s relationship. “Before she gets home, I’m the boss,” Rodriguez, 44, said on Wednesday, […]

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Penn gets $9.7 million grant to study concussion-related brain damage

Researchers from the University of Pennsylvania will lead an international team in a new project to study relationships between brain injuries and various types of neurodegeneration that lead to dementia symptoms. The work will be supported by a five-year, $9.7 million grant from the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke and the National Institute on Aging, Penn announced Thursday. […]

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Gisele Bundchen Gets Real About Breast-Feeding Challenges

Looking back. Gisele Bündchen reflected on the ups and downs of breast-feeding her children. “One of the most special moments I’ve shared with my kids was while breast-feeding” the model, 39, captioned a Friday, August 9, Instagram upload. “That special look you get, that feeling of connection is unlike anything I have ever experienced. … Yes, in the beginning it can be […]

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As work gets more ambiguous, younger generations may be less equipped for it

We work in a world of increasing ambiguity. Over the past few decades technological change and globalisation have fundamentally changed the nature of the “average” job. There is greater competition and higher expectations. We face more situations, projects, tasks or objectives that are new, different, unclear or inexact. To investigate whether Australian workers are equipped to handle this growing ambiguity […]

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