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  • How Lou Ferrigno stays Hulk-ripped at 62
    How Lou Ferrigno stays Hulk-ripped at 62

    Bodybuilder-actor Lou Ferrigno has remained true to form. It's been decades since he was a two-time Mr. Universe and starred as an enraged green behemoth in the “Incredible Hulk” TV series and movies, but you wouldn't know it by the 62-year-old's still-spectacular...

  • Bill Maher banishes junk food, pumps basketballs and iron
    Bill Maher banishes junk food, pumps basketballs and iron

    The comedian Bill Maher, who often talks politics, believes in healthy living. He follows a regimen that involves basketball and getting yelled at by a trainer. The 58-year-old will need to keep his energy up as he does back-to-back shows on Sept. 12, headlining a comedy special at the...

  • Striking the right balance at work
    Striking the right balance at work

    'Real Happiness at Work's' Sharon Salzberg sees work problems as opportunities for personal growth and self-examination. She offers a few tips.

  • Surfer Bethany Hamilton aims to motivate girls with 'Body and Soul'
    Surfer Bethany Hamilton aims to motivate girls with 'Body and Soul'

    Talk about a commitment to her sport: Bethany Hamilton lost her entire left arm to a shark attack while surfing — and within a month was back on her board riding the waves. She was 13.

  • Nicole Kidman enjoys fitness that's centered on family time
    Nicole Kidman enjoys fitness that's centered on family time

    Actress Nicole Kidman has an enormously busy professional life, but she prides herself on her close family ties. She says she is happiest when she's spending time with her family: country-singer husband Keith Urban and children Sunday Rose, Faith, Isabella and Connor. Among the jobs she...

  • Jewel is grounded in Alaska purity, focused on water purity
    Jewel is grounded in Alaska purity, focused on water purity

    The singer Jewel grew up on an Alaska homestead, eating whatever food was raised or caught, including, naturally, plenty of seafood. That background still informs her way of life today as she manages her career, touring and family.

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  • Put a bit more oomph into your push-up
    Put a bit more oomph into your push-up

    You're familiar with the push-up, right? Well, trainer Bob Harper of NBC's "The Biggest Loser" has a few tweaks that he says will produce a more effective exercise.

  • Coping with anxiety: Newsmen share strategies, including meditation
    Coping with anxiety: Newsmen share strategies, including meditation

    When Dan Harris had a panic attack while reading the news on "Good Morning America," he decided he had to make some changes in his life. "My panic attack was not only seen by my colleagues but, according to the Nielsen ratings, over 5 million viewers," he said.

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