Kate Hudson, author of 'Pretty Happy' and star of the upcoming 'Mother's Day,' discusses her fitness strategy.
Bridge Moynahan of "Blue Bloods" finds that cooking from family recipes is a way to create memories. And good, healthy food is key to her.
5 Questions: Susan King joins the Hotel Bel-Air as an 'intuitive counselor,' at $500 for an hourlong session of insight.
'Wild' author Cheryl Strayed offers thoughts about personal journeys, transformation and the healing power of nature
Why 'Sex and the City' author Candace Bushnell wrote her new book -- 'Killing Monica' -- standing up
Candace Bushnell, author of 'Sex and the City' and 'Killing Monica,' shares her methods of staying healthy by staying in motion.
5 Questions: 'West Texas Investors Club' producer Charlie Ebersol shares struggle of physical and mental recovery after crash
Rapper 50 Cent, star of 'Southpaw,' discusses his exercise routine, Deepak Chopra's influence and his philosophy of treadmill use.
Joe Torre, retired baseball player and manager, teams up with Safe at Home for child victims of domestic violence and with prostate cancer causes
5 Questions: "Orange Is the New Black's" Taylor Schilling, up for a Golden Globe, seeks calm, balance and connections in her life.
"The Amazing Race" host Phil Keoghan talks about his motivation to live life to the fullest and how he stays in shape no matter what and no matter where.
5 Questions: Michael Strahan of "Live With Kelly and Michael" manages his nonstop, bicoastal work schedule by building up energy through exercise.
"NCIS: Los Angeles" costar Chris O'Donnell talks about his fitness routine and how yoga helps ease back pain from his "Batman" role.
Surfer Bethany Hamilton lost an arm to a shark but was back on her board within a month. She uses her inspiring "Body and Soul" story to motivate girls.
Kristin Chenoweth, no longer on the farm, finds new ways to stay fit. She also works with the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America to raise awareness about asthma.
Health book publisher Maria Rodale believes organic food should be available to everyone, and works to ease fears about the cost.
Health: Classically trained violinist Christine Wu has made a niche for herself by incorporating ballet and acrobatics into her playing, like on that Billy Ray Cyrus hip-hop video.
Five Questions: 'Grey's Anatomy' actress Chandra Wilson learns to become a patient advocate after her daughter is diagnosed with mitochondrial disease.
5 Questions: Bill Nye, the Emmy-winning 'Science Guy' and author, says the proof of swing dancing's benefits is in the exercise, the music and, well, that physical contact. 'It's the coolest thing ever,' he says.
Five Questions: Guitarist Joe Satriani talks about finding a fitness routine that works without compromising his strum. His diet has evolved to 'just whatever,' but with an eye toward healthfulness.
5 Questions: Tiphany Adams and Mia Schaikewitz of the 'Push Girls' reality show talk about motivation in and out of the wheelchair and how they stay fit.
5 Questions: Col. Chris Hadfield, a former commander of the International Space Station, talks about staying fit in zero gravity and back on Earth.
5 Questions: Sheila Cluff, founder of the Oaks at Ojai, talks about what the spa offers for today's woman, who needs to stay strong for many reasons.
5 Questions: Behavioral economist Dan Ariely says it's human to act irrationally, that most people lie, and yet that we can trust each other more or less.
Dolvett Quince, "Biggest Loser" trainer, talks about the need to keep our pets fit too. Running with the dog and playing with the cat are ways to help the owner stay active too, he says.
Dr. Frederick Southwick, author of "Critically Ill," talks about what ails our healthcare system and how to be a vigilant patient and patient advocate.