We’re told to stand up straight from a young age, but experts say there’s more to spinal health than good posture.
Working from home has led to more slouching, back pain and neck pain. Here's how to reverse some of the damage.
Good posture can even lead to a better sex life.
To save you the effort of trawling through tedious studies, I've picked out five alternative tasks that can improve your health -- without dieting or exercise.
We don't realize it, but our emotional state shows up in our posture, but we can also shift our emotional and mental states with it. When we're stressed, we tend to have bad posture, but what type of decisions are we going to make while slouching forward, stressed or not?
Sitting upright for just a few minutes can improve the way you feel.
Harvard Social Psychologist, Amy Cuddy, talks about the ways you can improve your life by sitting upright for just a few minutes at a time.