Health and Fitness

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

Paralyzed From Polio, A Cyclist Rides

His parents once thought he would never be able to walk. Now, Paralympian Alem Mumuni rides to show there's nothing the disabled can't do, given the proper chances.

Swimming the World's Most Dangerous Swims

After almost becoming disabled for life, Kim Chambers has pushed back, swimming everything from the English Channel to shark-infested waters.

Catching Big Air at the Olympics

After being diagnosed with Rheumatoid Arthritis three weeks before the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, snowboarder Spencer O’Brien is ready for her Olympic do-over.

Pumping Iron With Multiple Sclerosis

Dave Lyons was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis late in life, but it didn't stop him from becoming a bodybuilding champion.

From Bone Disorder To NFL Bone Crusher

As a child, former Dallas Cowboy Montrae Holland suffered silently with Blount's Disease for years, all for his love of the game.

Yoga For The Deaf

Yoga is meant to be inclusive, but far too many practices take hearing for granted. That's something this deaf yoga instructor is trying to change.

The Underwater World Where Disability Doesn't Exist

Quadriplegic diver Dave Hosick, the self-confessed "most average guy in the world," explains why he dives with great white sharks

How To Have Great Vacations When You're Chronically Ill

Because let's face it: people who are dealing with a health condition probably deserve a good vacation more than anyone.

Running With Peaches

In a single weekend, Jennifer Rio went from running marathons to almost dying. Now she's proving doctors wrong about running with an ostomy bag.