Launched on Oct. 10, PUSH is a new fitness tracker that says it can measure your strength, speed, and explosive power. It's caught the interest of the NFL, NHL, and MLB. Should it have yours, too?
What if there was a way to turn online animosity into a force for good? Causes.com, the world’s largest online campaign platform, is launching a new look to change how we organize and give online.

Lugging a heavy load is no fun. Whether it’s an overloaded backpack, tote, or messenger bag, learn the best way to carry that weight.

School doesn’t have to be a bummer. Here are 35 tips (from eating right to exercising on a dime) sure to make it a winner. We even have plenty of tips for grads!

What does a forum known for debating and dissecting rap lyrics have to say about our health? The immensely popular Rap Genius website is hoping "Health Genius" becomes their next big success.

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CharityMiles is a new mobile app that turns your daily run into a daily donation. Launched just in time for National Running Day, will it be a runaway success or stumble out of the gates?

Is it possible to create a real human ear from a 3D printer? We examine one lab who claims to have created one of the first successful versions. Read on to find out how — and if — we'll be printing our health in the near future.

Freshman goal keeper Daniel Cui had a few rough games, and a harsh round of cyberbullying followed. But Cui's school rallied around him, renewing the teen's confidence and inspiring an amazing improvement in his play.

A new device called Melon hopes to improve our focus with a little bit of wearable tech. Can this Kickstarter project change the way we track ourselves? Find out in our preview.

The picture-based social platform Pinterest has skyrocketed in popularity since its launch just two years ago, but how is it changing the way we see (and consume) food? We spoke to David-Michel Davies, executive director of the Webby's, to find out.

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