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Exercising With Arthritis Tips

Exercise can help ease the pain and discomfort of arthritis, but it may be easier to get active at certain times of day when your arthritis isn’t flaring. The American College of Rheumatology offers this advice: If

Strength, balance exercises may prevent sports injury

Strength training and balance exercises are more likely to help prevent sports injuries than stretching, a new look at the evidence suggests.

Study: Sports for Teens Are Beneficial – Up to a Point

Researchers found 14 hours a week were best, while high or low extremes lowered well-being scores Too much time spent playing sports can be as bad as too little time for teens, a new study finds. Swiss

Weight loss tied to knee arthritis benefits

Intensive weight loss together with regular exercise did more to ease knee arthritis than exercise alone for overweight and obese adults in a new U.S. study. Knee inflammation, pain and functioning all improved more among people who

Moderate to vigorous physical activity was linked to better academic performance

Hitting the books may not be the only way your child can boost his or her grades! A study shows exercise may help improve academic performance, as well.

Weight Loss & Exercise: Benefits Knee Arthritis

Intensive weight loss together with regular exercise did more to ease knee arthritis than exercise alone for overweight and obese adults in a U.S. study. Knee inflammation, pain and functioning all improved more among people who cut back

Study: Increasing Exercise May Improve Fibromyalgia

For those who are able, exercising once or twice more weekly may alleviate some symptoms of a chronic pain condition without making joints feel worse, according to a study. Previous studies have found short-term benefits of exercise

Chiropractic Enhances Benefits of Exercise for Back Pain

Countless studies have demonstrated the benefits of exercise therapies for relieving musculoskeletal conditions like chronic back pain. Now recent research shows that spinal adjustments, commonly used by chiropractors, may actually enhance the benefits of exercise therapies for