Health and Fitness

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

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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.