Selective Media Coverage:

 

CNBC, “Late-night snacking actually makes you less productive at work the next day—but only if you feel guilty about it
 
Atlanta Journal Constitution, “Less productive at work? Study finds late-night snacks may be to blame.
 
US News, “Sluggish Coworker? Maybe They 'Pigged Out' Last Night
 
Yahoo! Finance, “One Major Side Effect of Late-Night Snacking, Says a New Study.”
 
Men’s Health UK, “An Unhealthy Dinner Makes You Less Productive at Work the Next Day, Science Suggests.”
 
The Dispatch, Health tips from Dr. Oz and Dr. Roizen.”
 
Futurity, “Late night snacks cost you the next day at work.
 
Eat This, Not That!, “One Major Side Effect of Late-Night Snacking, Says a New Study
 
EurekAlert, “Study finds late night snacks may hurt your workplace performance.”
 
Health24, “Late-night snacks may negatively impact your work performance.”
Forbes, “The Surprising Benefits Of ‘Microbreaks’ For Engagement, Productivity And Career Success.”
 
Independent, “Should we be taking microbreaks throughout the day?
 
US News, “Try 'Microbreaks' for a Real Workday Boost.”
 
Daily Post USA, “Employees need ‘microbreaks’ of just five minutes throughout the day to fight fatigue.”
 
Human Resources Director, “Fun Friday: Tired staff? Give ‘em a break!”
 
Safety + Health, “Well-timed ‘microbreaks’ can be ‘golden’ for workers”
 
New Atlas, “Microbreaks at work can increase engagement and reduce fatigue.”
Telangana Today, “Taking ‘microbreaks’ at work may boost productivity.”
 
The Ladders, “This very enjoyable activity could be the key to a better workday.”
WRAL TechWire, “Give me a break, boss: ‘Microbreaks’ in office are helpful.”