Perhaps it's time to put the phone down for a minute
Our salty indulgence just might have a place in workout recovery.
It's not all about fancy, Insta-worthy moves. These basics should never be overlooked if you want to stay injury-free.
Being sidelined with an injury is the worst, but time spent healing now can save you lots of trouble later.
Over 52.5 million adults in the U.S. suffer from stiff joints and inflammation from arthritis, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. And the majority of those people are women.
You know your office job is a pain in the neck and that your worn-out mattress isn't doing anything for your lower back trouble. But middle back pain?
Not sure what's causing your (literal) pain in the neck? We break it down and offer some solutions.
As a runner, having knee pain can be a real pain in the butt (OK, not really).
Every woman has uttered these words at one point or another: "I carry everything in my shoulders." "My upper back is so tight." "I need a massage." Luckily, unlike lower-back pain, upper-back pain is
We know you're not thinking of how to prevent arthritis right now (after all, your joints and bones totally owned that last set of burpees in the gym today).
Brian Schiff, licensed physical therapist, board-certified orthopedic clinical specialist, and certified strength and conditioning coach, shares five exercises and stretches for treating and preventin
Baby got lower-back pain? These simple tricks can make life a lot more comfortable.
Though arthritis is defined as inflamed, stiff, and painful joints, there are more than 100 different types of the condition.
For anyone who's ever suffered from back pain (80 percent of you will have some type of back problem, according to the American Chiropractic Association), beating it seems like a giant job that only a
Your knees have a thankless job. They bear the brunt of your body weight while helping you walk, run, and move seamlessly—all without much complaining.
From stiff joints to inflammation, dealing with arthritis can be a pain (literally). Luckily, hitting up your doctor for a heavy-duty prescription isn't the only solution.
If you're one of the 31 million Americans suffering from an aching back, consider yoga for back pain (in addition to seeing your doc).
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