A 3,300-year-old mummy's healthcare, a blood test that can read your body's internal clock, and predicting who will respond to sugar pills for pain.
"The truth is, the spine is a robust structure. We're just using it incorrectly."
Your neck will thank you.
Here's what you should do instead.
Our devices are degrading our health in ways we might not even realize.
Do some downward-dogs and call me in the morning.
Science says stop your whining.
These six moves target your glutes, back, neck, and shoulders to help undo the tightness that results from sitting in front of a screen all day.
Get your back cracked in the least-sketchy way possible.