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Atrial fibrillation — a racing, fluttering or thumping feeling — can be trouble
A study suggests that swimming reduces the risk of dangerous in-home falls
A choreographer shows how dancing enriches the lives of those with the condition
I was lethargic and lazy in my 50s, but something clicked at 60
Grab a hiking pole, strap on your boots and embrace the season
An ancestral islander offers 6 tips to live longer
Hormone shifts can affect blood sugar, but a healthy lifestyle will help
Three clinical studies will test that question in the next few years
With a few precautions, you can start working toward your previous strength
Studies have been promising, but more research is needed
The American Heart Association has changed its guideline
Just 22 minutes a day can keep you healthier all year round
If you're tired of your usual exercise, try switching things up
Don't let your healthy habit get stale — here are ways to liven it up
Linda Leightley is breaking preconceptions about the limitations of age and gender
Need to get off the couch or lose a few pounds? These apps can help.
When guys try to stretch, they usually go about it the wrong way
If you are not convinced it's no better than walking, read on
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This special report includes storytelling, news and information about health care for older adults in rural areas
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