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Exercise Improves Arthritis Symptoms

In fact, “Exercise is crucial for people with arthritis,” as the Mayo Clinic puts it. Exercise improves strength and flexibility. It reduces joint pain. And it lessens fatigue.

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Tips to Maintain Wellness During This Strange Time

Fitness is so important at any age and more so after 50, especially now when we’ve all been spending more time at home.

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Online Yoga is Great for Mind, Body and Spirit

We’re all making countless adjustments in our everyday routines during these changing times. And it’s at times like these that we should keep an eye open for opportunities to try something new.

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Baked Salmon and Brussels Sprouts

Combine two super-healthy foods in one tasty bake. The leftovers make for a great salad. From Good Housekeeping.

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Reading Is Still Fundamental

“The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go.” — Dr. Seuss

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Uncomfortable with Online Training?

Aurilla Woodburn has always been outdoorsy, active and strong. So, when she was diagnosed with osteoporosis a few years ago, she didn’t hesitate to start regular resistance training in a fitness studio to improve her bones and muscles.

And with the coronavirus recently closing that studio to in-person exercise, Aurilla, now 71, wasn’t about to let that stop her, either.

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