Health and Fitness

Because managing your health can mean mountain climbing or meditating just as much as it means taking your meds.

Game Changer

After surviving 10 heart attacks, lupus, and a leg amputation, kayaker Brandon Holiday aims to inspire a whole new generation of disabled athletes.

Why Facebook Diets And Chronic Illness Don't Mix

That latest fad diet lighting up social media might be good for healthy people, but for a person with a chronic condition, it's a lot more complicated.

On The Mountain

Paralyzed from the chest down, Mexican athlete Arly Velasquez feels unrestrained as he trains for the 2018 Winter Paralympics in Pyeongchang.

Fighting Cystic Fibrosis With A Rumble And A Roar

When his condition was at its worst, Paul Underhill designed his own nourishment drink to prevent himself from starving. Now, he sells his drink across Canada to help others.

Fighting Type 1 With Curiosity and a Pug

Amanda Oberski's insatiable curiosity about the limits of diabetes is what propelled her on a 4,200 mile bike ride across the U.S.

The Overachieving Teenage Pancreas

18-year-old Abby Pepper might be an overachiever, but thanks to Type 1 diabetes, she knows better than most how important it can be to ask for help.

Climbing Munros With Cerebral Palsy

Outdoorsman David C. Reilly has never let his cerebral palsy get in the way of adventure.

Half a Beard, a Fake Moustache, and 4,200 Miles Biking with Type 1

Jesse Lavine always wanted to forget his diabetes. Now, for a good cause, he does everything possible to draw attention to it.

Superleg

Amputee soccer player, Powerade spokesmodel, and mountain climber, it's as a teacher that Nico Calabria thinks he can really make his mark.