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Non-small cell lung cancer patients who exercise can improve their breathing, strength, and range of motion while reducing side effects, fatigue, and anxiety.
As long as your doctor says it’s OK, doing these exercises for back pain may actually help relieve your symptoms — building core strength is the key.
Older adults who participate in aerobic exercise three times per week can rev up their thinking skills and boost their brain health, finds a small study.
Whether your RA is moderate or severe, there is a workout option out there for you — and we had our expert RA writers try them, first-hand, just to prove it.
Your joints will rejoice when you submerge into a heated pool. Add in some aqua aerobics and you have a perfect low-impact, joint-soothing exercise for RA.
Less than one-quarter of all U.S. adults get enough exercise, according to the CDC. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services recommends that people 18 to 64 get at least 150 minutes of moderate physical activity or 75 minutes of vigorous activity per week.
Muscle mass begins to decline in your 50s, but there are ways to combat it!
New study shows that ample physical activity significantly reduces the risk of heart problems related to thyroid.
Who needs a kettlebell when there are pumpkins around?
Don’t be afraid to join a group fitness class—just follow these tips so you can be an instant-pro.