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Working Out With Breast Cancer?

A cancer diagnosis doesn't mean you have to give up exercise. If you have the energy, here's how excercising during treatment can help you feel better.

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HealthCentral Tries It: Kickboxing With RA

One of our very own RA patient contributors tries kickboxing and finds out that you can 100 percent do kickboxing with rheumatoid arthritis.

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The Benefits of Exercise After Thyroid Cancer

You may feel like you’ve been hit by a bus after going through thyroid cancer and treatment, but pushing yourself to exercise can ease that fatigue.

Woman exercising with knee pain.

Should You Exercise If You Have Chronic Pain?

If you live with chronic pain, these workouts and strategies for staying active may help reduce the severity of your pain and improve physical function.

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Staying Active After a Foot or Ankle Injury

If you've suffered a foot or ankle injury, you don’t want to hurt yourself even more. Here's how you can stay active and recover safely.

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Healthier Heart Challenge: Get Your Engines Running

In week two of the challenge, you will set new goals to improve heart health through walking and aerobic exercise.

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How To Maintain Mobility With AS

If you live with ankylosing spondylitis, these are the best — and worst — exercises to help you improve flexibility and posture.

Zumba class.

A Guy's Perspective on Zumba for RA

A man with rheumatoid arthritis tries his wife's Zumba class. The good: constant movement with no joint pain. The bad: confusion, and...twerking?

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Could HIIT Help Your Arthritis?

You think it might hurt your joints, but you’re wrong.

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10 Non-Tech Ways to Manage RA

Maybe you’re not tech savvy, or maybe you just want a break from technology for managing your RA. We’ve got you covered with these non-tech tips.