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?
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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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Want to make a better, tastier cup of hot chocolate? Just... put it in a different cup? We examine a new study that links color to taste.

Greatist went through the grinder with the friendly trainers at Body Space Fitness, a new multi-purpose gym in Manhattan that trains both happy minds and healthy bodies.

Major companies like Nike, Under Armour, Reebok, and even EA Sports are trying to revamp the way we see fitness. Is the influx of a good omen or needless noise? Make your voice heard this week's poll.

Do our behaviors really have an impact on our overall health? The National Institutes of Health enlisted four pioneering doctors and professors to show how a little mind over matter can improve four different health concerns.

Dunkin Donuts' new Glazed Donut Breakfast Sandwich looks ridiculous, but why are we fascinated by it, especially when our old standbys turn out to actually be worse for our health?

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