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8 Balance Boosters for MS

More strength! Less chance falling! When you have multiple sclerosis, those are two especially good things. Work these moves into your regular fitness routine, and you'll be steadier on your feet.

Woman exercising at gym.

RA Workout Tips That Won’t Start a Flare

You know you should exercise to help your RA, but how do you start a program without killing your joints? It’s possible. Here’s how.

Tai chi class outside.

What's the Best Exercise to Boost Balance and Prevent Falls?

Older adults who practice the ancient Chinese martial art tai chi have a lower risk of falling than those who participate in other forms of exercise.

Happy overweight woman eating a salad in the kitchen.

Mindfulness May Curb Stress-Eating

Mindfulness techniques could help you avoid overeating when you're stressed out, according to this study.

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Choosing Mobility Aids for Multiple Sclerosis

Most people living with MS have some level of difficulty walking. Fortunately, many challenges can be alleviated by choosing from a wide variety of mobility aids.

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Guys: A Spa Day Can Dial Down Stress and Anxiety

Men now represent half of the spa-going population in the United States, accoding to The International SPA Association (ISPA).

A man has kinesiology movement therapy for his knee.

Using Kinesiology to Manage Chronic Pain

What if we told you that analyzing and adjusting your simple movements — such as getting out of a chair — can help treat your chronic pain?

Man playing with young son at kitchen counter at home.

IBD and Mental Health: A Guy's Perspective

HealthCentral’s IBD Social Ambassador talks about facing the emotional and mental challenges that men face living with Crohn’s.

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How Hobbies Can Reduce Stress in MS

Having an artistic outlet can help reduce stress and raise self-esteem for people with MS.

Stress eating late at night

Stress is Just as Bad as Junk Food

Stress can cause changes in gut bacteria that have similar effects as a high-fat diet, according to this study.