If you have diabetes, exercise offers surprising benefits. As it lowers your stress levels, it lowers your blood sugar level.
If you’re an athlete with asthma, you don’t have to hold back. Find out tips on how to participate in the sports you love during colder months with asthma.
If you have arthritis, the benefits of exercise are abundant. The endorphins released by a good workout can reduce your pain. The weight you lose over time can ease stress on your aching back and joints. The flexibility, mobility and stability you gain can ease all of your symptoms.
Can’t get to the gym? You might be wondering how you’re supposed to go about this whole at-home workout thing. Experts at Cleveland Clinic give these tips.
Can you lose weight by focusing on exercise alone? An exercise physiologist offers tips to help you balance out a well-rounded exercise program.
Regular exercise is like a natural sleeping pill. Here’s what you can do to sleep better tonight and build a long-term habit of exercise for better sleep.
Not sure what “moderate exercise” really means? Our expert explains.
Keeping your joints healthy to reduce the wear and tear on the cartilage is a key component to having an active lifestyle and continuing to play the sports you love.
Searching for motivation to get moving? A sports medicine doctor shares several benefits of exercise that go beyond losing weight.
Many of us have felt light-headed when we stand too quickly or exercise, but if you have postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome (POTS) or other illnesses,you can also get dizzy. We all know that fitness is important for good health, but people with POTS may struggle to exercise. Find tips for exercising if you have POTS from an exercise physiologist.