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Fibromyalgia: First Steps After a Diagnosis
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Fibromyalgia: First Steps After a Diagnosis

Things you can do to feel more prepared and supported.

 Easy Ways to Improve Your Stability and Strength
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Easy Ways to Improve Your Stability and Strength

Develop increased balance and stability with these simple exercises

Exercising with Joint Pain
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Exercising with Joint Pain

10 tips for going easy on your joints when exercising

Adaptive Exercise: What to Do When Moving Isn't Easy
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Adaptive Exercise: What to Do When Moving Isn't Easy

If working out seems impossible to you because of chronic pain, perhaps it's time for a different approach.

Learning a Sport at Midlife or Beyond
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Learning a Sport at Midlife or Beyond

It's not too late to try a new sport. Get ideas and tips on getting started.

Alternative Treatment for Arthritic Knees is as Effective as Physical Therapy
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Alternative Treatment for Arthritic Knees is as Effective as Physical Therapy

Legions of arthritis sufferers try physical therapy and anti-inflammatory drugs to no avail. Now, a new study looks East for relief--to the martial art tai chi. Researchers concluded that tai chi offers an alternative to physical therapy for common knee osteoarthritis--and it might also boost well-being.

Chronic Pain: Move It to Lose It
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Chronic Pain: Move It to Lose It

Learn how physical activity can help to relieve pain and how to get started.

Adaptive Exercise: What to Do When Moving Isn't Easy
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Adaptive Exercise: What to Do When Moving Isn't Easy

If working out seems impossible to you because of chronic pain, perhaps it's time for a different approach.