Seniors can achieve tremendous health benefits by weaving a modest amount of activity into each day.
Just because the snow is falling doesn't mean you should start digging. A warm-up, the right attire and a sensible pace can keep you safe.
An experimental drug is showing much promise in slowing the effects of osteoarthritis.
Improvements in body strength will lower the risk of falls, helping prevent broken bones—particularly for older adults.
Little Zinnia DeMaria has defied the odds since Day 1. Now the 7-year-old is in 'turbo mode' after 22 surgeries and months in the hospital.
New technology that listens to creaking joints could soon help doctors diagnose osteoarthritis.
How fast you walk might offer hints at how fast your body is aging.
You don't need strong medicine or fancy gadgets to ease your pain—just a bag of frozen peas and some patience.
Preventive care and regular exercise are essential steps to ward off injury and maintain strength.
Take the inflammation and aging process off the fast track by making smarter choices about lifestyle, diet and mental health.
The body can adapt to a new exercise regimen at just about any age.
Growing use of prescription medications—as well as addiction to illegal drugs and alcohol—has led to middle-age adults experiencing more injuries from falls.
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