Posture

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.

GUEST POST: Would it really kill you to sit down for a minute? Plenty of studies say sitting all day is bad for us, but what effect does it have on us long-term? Here, rheumatologist and arthritis expert Dr. B explains the impacts.

Designed to improve posture, performance, and recovery, a new line of gear is hitting gyms, offices, and arenas near you. Read on to see if “intelligently designed” IntelliSkin shirts live up to the hype.

Back, side or stomach? For those looking to take advantage of those seven-to-nine hours of sleep, it turns out different sleeping positions can provide specific health benefits and drawbacks.

Oh, my aching back! Avoid common office injuries like muscle strains and vision problems by setting up a workstation the right way. We’ve got all the tips to make redecorating a snap.

Hour after hour, it's hard to maintain good posture on the job. But sitting tall can mean a healthy boost from head to toe. Get to know the benefits of good posture on the job — in infographic form.

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High heels may look great, but wearing them regularly might cause more harm than they’re worth.

Hour after hour, it's hard to maintain good posture on the job. But sitting tall can mean a healthy boost from head to toe. Get to know the benefits of good posture on the job — in infographic form.

Oh, my aching back! Avoid common office injuries like muscle strains and vision problems by setting up a workstation the right way. We’ve got all the tips to make redecorating a snap.

Hunched over the computer? Straighten that spine for better posture and less back pain.

Back, side or stomach? For those looking to take advantage of those seven-to-nine hours of sleep, it turns out different sleeping positions can provide specific health benefits and drawbacks.

Today's Greatist debate: where to put our weight. Is opting for the trusty office chair or playing the part of a fitness enthusiast and resting upon a swiss ball better for our bodies?

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