If you've recently had a knee replacement, avoid these overly strenuous or high-impact activities that can increase your risk of knee failure.
Biking—for pleasure or to get around town—is good for your heart, according to new research.
Even a small dose of exercise, such as brisk walking, may help prevent serious illness by stimulating the immune system and suppressing inflammation.
It may seem simple, but putting one foot in front of the other may lower your risk of diabetes or help you control the disease.
Research has consistently shown that walking can improve most people’s cardiovascular health, even late in life. Here’s how to get the maximum benefit.
Tai chi’s gentle, fluid movements make it ideal for people who want the benefits of exercise without joint strain or jarring impacts.
These moves will build muscle strength, which is important if you have diabetes.
Here’s how to get a good workout without getting hurt.
There’s a kinder, gentler way to improve cardiovascular and muscular strength: Water-based workouts are among the best exercise programs for older adults.
While exercise does not directly improve lung function, it helps build your endurance level and improves how well your body uses oxygen.