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My product is fitness instruction and a physio's is physical therapy — our similar goal is to help people move, perform and feel better.
The weight you gain in October, November and December takes the typical person five months to lose after the first of the year.
Early diagnosis and treatment is key in preventing chronic pain, loss of mobility and decreased function.
With a disability you might find yourself caught in vicious cycle of limited mobility and decreased physical activity.
Capital News seniors' fitness columnist Bobbi Moger offers options for dealing with leg muscle contractions and spasms.
Why we need to achieve and maintain our quality of life fitness level as we grow older.
Eating a healthy diet of five servings of fruits and vegetables daily will extend your life by improving your health.
The benefit of both exercise and weight loss (if necessary) is crucial in helping with the pain associated with spinal stenosis.
As we age, eating well can be the key to a positive outlook and staying emotionally balanced.
Contrary to popular belief, exercising doesn’t make you tired—it literally creates energy in your body.
While most people are aware of arthritis, many do not know of the disabling and life-changing effects it has.
Pick activities you will enjoy this winter, and make your comfort food with low-calorie ingredients.
It’s common knowledge that exercise, in combination with a healthy eating plan, produces the best long-term weight loss results.
Some seniors struggle from time to time with mental illness and depression.
For more information on heart healthy recipes and tips contact The Heart and Stroke Foundation.
Here are some safe walking tips from the Peel walk and roll program.
Sleep is central to a person’s health, well-being and survival.
Some considerations to take into account when confronted with joint replacement surgery.
Consumer should not rely only on general health claims to make informed choices, advises Health Canada.
For all of you over 40 or with a history of neck problems, I have one piece of important advice: Don’t paint the ceiling.