Moll teaches specialists and students about the necessity for leisure in their lives. She defines leisure as whatever brings personal enjoyment to individuals and enables them to recharge their batteries. Work is the one activity we do most inside our lifetimes. We function more than we sleep or eat, says Moll. Our health and medicine are so much more improved than they were a hundred years ago but we will wipe ourselves out because we’re just working, working, working. Moll also notes that the biggest abusers of the all-work-and-no-play lifestyle are Baby Boomers. This generation really pushes to gain the American Dream and thinks nothing of putting in extended hours or forgoing holidays for only lengthy weekends, she says. They often times find it hard to place the breaks on, capture their breath and loosen up.Related StoriesCombination of ultrasound and mammography detects extra cancers in Japanese womenAdjunctive ultrasonography improves breast cancers detectionOU and Mercy receive $2.5 million grant to build up new short-term breast cancer risk prediction modelsResearchers at Thomas Jefferson University Medical center in Philadelphia, PA, reviewed codes for screening and diagnostic mammography and also codes for screening and diagnostic CAD from the Medicare Component B Physician/Supplier Treatment Summary Master Data files for 2004 – 2008.