Health and Fitness

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

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.
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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.

Belief and the Wheelchair Warrior

Rutgers defensive linesman Eric LeGrand was looking at a professional football career before a tackle left him paralyzed. Yet if anything, his path now is even more inspiring.

To Beat Cancer, Talk To Your Family

After a cancer diagnosis, families that talk and listen to each other experience better health outcomes than those who don't.

2017: Our Favorite Athletes

Sport is for everyone. Here are some of the most amazing athletes we spoke to in 2017.

Fitness, Pain, and Ankylosing Spondylitis

Despite her diagnosis, Keefa Hawkins pushes her body to the limits through Crossfit: part of a quest to show that physical fitness is for everyone.

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.