Bone & Joint

Fitness for baby boomers not one-size-fits-all 
Fitness for baby boomers not one-size-fits-all
As Americans celebrate more birthdays, tailor-made exercise routines are essential to staying healthy, experts say. So, what should fitness goals be for people 50 and older? Our fitness expert weighs in.
What your hip pain may be telling you 
What your hip pain may be telling you
Doctors say it’s important not to ignore certain sharp pains in your hip. Find out which often misdiagnosed condition could be to blame.
Americans missing important messages about obesity 
Americans missing important messages about obesity
Most people know that obesity can lead to heart disease and diabetes but aren’t clued in to the fact it can also lead to cancer. Doctors say if more people knew all of the risks, they might be motivated to shed those unwanted pounds.
3 injuries that can sideline your kids  Featured
3 injuries that can sideline your kids
Here’s what happens when athletes suffer three of the most common sports injuries and how they can be prevented to keep you in the game.
Play your way to better health 
Play your way to better health
Bring your workout to the next level. Adding sports to your fitness routine can get you fit faster.
Injury, hip surgery: Even celebrities need rest 
Injury, hip surgery: Even celebrities need rest
Nonstop schedules, 24-hour days and high-impact activities can cause serious injury to our favorite celebrity performers—and you.
A perfect fit, just for women  Featured
A perfect fit, just for women
It turns out men and women may be more unequal than we thought, especially when it comes to their knees. More women are getting knee replacements than their male counterparts and now there’s a new surgery designed specifically with women in mind. So whether you are younger or older, we’ve got the scoop on everything you should know when it comes to knee replacement surgery.