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Master Your Breathing to Perform Better

Perfect the art of this basic human function to perform better, sleep better, and ease stress.

Nutrition

Q&A: What are the Healthiest Beers?

Nutritionist Amanda Carlson-Phillips suggests a handful of brews to reach for when looking for the healthiest options.

Nutrition

The Complete Guide to Creatine

Everything you need to know about this muscle-building, strength-boosting, health-promoting supplement.

Nutrition

Q&A: What are the Healthiest Wines?

How to select wines with the greatest health benefits.

Live Better

Feeling Uninspired? Take a Walk

When you feel your creativity lacking, taking a walk can help you find inspiration, according to a small study from Stanford University researchers.

Live Better

U.S. Failing at Keeping Children Physically Active, According to National Report Card

The new U.S. Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth revealed that the United States is failing at getting children active and healthy.

In the News

EXOS Featured on Extreme Weight Loss on ABC

The hit series travels to Phoenix, Ariz. to give an aspiring pro baseball player the opportunity to train where the pros train.

Nutrition

What are the Healthiest Cuts of Red Meat?

Enjoy the healthiest meats with this simple guide.

Well at Work

Survey: American Employees Skipping Vacation Days for Work

A new survey found that only 25 percent of employees with paid time off took advantage of it in 2013.

Nutrition

What is the 80/20 Rule?

Find out how following this simple guideline can help you get a handle on your eating habits (without sacrificing your favorite treats).

Nutrition

Study: Downing Diet Soda May Increase Snacking

A new study from Johns Hopkins University links diet soda with overeating.

Live Better

America: A Nation of Couch Potatoes

A new study from the University of Alabama found that the average person is getting less than two minutes of rigorous exercise a day.

Nutrition

5 Tips to Simplify Your Nutrition

Simplify your nutrition-related tasks with these tips.

Well at Work

15 Healthy Resolutions for the Workplace

Try one of these work-friendly resolutions to make your office a healthier place.

Nutrition

Exercising Pre-Holiday Can Help Fight Effects of Overeating, According to Study

Researchers at the University of Bath found that exercising in the days leading up to the holidays can help fight the negative impact of overeating.

Live Better

Study: Exercise Boosts Creativity

Researchers found that a quick workout can improve creative thinking.

Live Better

17 Healthy Holiday Gifts for Every Budget

There's a little something for everyone (and every budget) on our holiday list.

Live Better

6 Strategies to Avoid Holiday Weight Gain

Work these simple strategies into your routine to enjoy the holidays without overindulging.

Wellness

Simple Strategies for Sustainable Weight Loss

Easy-to-implement advice that will help you achieve your big or small weight loss goals.

Live Better

6 Must-Have Carry-Ons for Healthier Travel

Pack these essentials in your carry-on to stay happy and healthy on your next trip.

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Wellness

Master Your Breathing to Perform Better

Perfect the art of this basic human function to perform better, sleep better, and ease stress.

Nutrition

Q&A: What are the Healthiest Beers?

Nutritionist Amanda Carlson-Phillips suggests a handful of brews to reach for when looking for the healthiest options.

Nutrition

The Complete Guide to Creatine

Everything you need to know about this muscle-building, strength-boosting, health-promoting supplement.

Nutrition

Q&A: What are the Healthiest Wines?

How to select wines with the greatest health benefits.

Live Better

Feeling Uninspired? Take a Walk

When you feel your creativity lacking, taking a walk can help you find inspiration, according to a small study from Stanford University researchers.