• Whether you love winter or hate it, you'll get more out of the season if you can enjoy some winter activities.

  • Tired of being cooped up all winter? Spring is a great time to get outside and get active, especially for people with osteoarthritis (OA).

  • Canadian Nathalie Lambert's passion for short-track speed skating won her three Olympic medals: one gold and two silver. But she's also been fighting another battle - against osteoarthritis (OA). Learn more about how Nathalie copes with OA.

  • You may know Todd Brooker from his days as a world-renowned alpine ski racer with Canada's national team, also known as the Crazy Canucks. But did you know that he's also one of the 4.5 million Canadians with arthritis? Find out how Todd manages his condition.

  • An active lifestyle is the key to keeping fit and healthy. Read on for tips on nutrition and injury prevention.

  • Over 4 million Canadians have some form of arthritis. In fact, it's one of the leading causes of long-term disability in Canada today. Appropriate treatment, as well as learning how to manage this chronic condition, can go a long way to help. Find out about the differences between the most common forms of arthritis and what you can do to help manage the symptoms.

  • Fitting your medications into a busy lifestyle can be a challenge. Here are some tips on managing your medications at home and while travelling.

  • Only about 15% of Canadians get enough regular physical activity. But it's easier than you may think. Read on for exercise and nutrition tips to stay active and fit.

  • If you have osteoarthritis (OA), you don't have to tough it out on your own. Yes, your doctor is busy. But your doctor is your best resource in helping you understand your condition and the best person to talk to you about your treatment options. Find out the best recommendations on working with your doctor for your good health.

  • Pain is an unfortunate part of life. Even though everyone encounters it, our experience, sensitivity, and tolerance to pain vary greatly. One person may suffer from small aches while another will tolerate walking on a broken ankle. Still, everyone needs pain relief now and then. This month, we take a look at some of the conditions that may cause you pain and what you can do to find pain relief.

  • Canada's population is graying, with almost 5 million seniors - people aged 65 and over - making up almost 14% of our population as of 2009. And that number is growing fast as more of us are living longer, healthier lives. Here are some tips for healthy living in your "golden years."

  • With all the health benefits of staying active and physically fit, exercising might be an important part of your day-to-day life. While you might not think of whatever you're doing as being hazardous, sports injuries often go with the territory. Here are some tips to help make your workouts safer.

  • Feeling stressed? Most of us feel pressured by the demands of daily life. But sometimes too much stress can make you sick. Reducing stress can help improve your overall health and energy. Find out how to simplify your life, get support, and use relaxation techniques to fight stress.

  • Been meaning to lose a few pounds for a while? Read more about weight loss for optimal health, common dieting myths, and healthy lifestyle tips.

  • Yoga: the word may bring to mind pictures of people holding seemingly impossible poses - but it's about more than just flexibility. The ancient art of yoga endures in our modern world for many good reasons.

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