Great news for busy folks who want to get active: you can break physical activity into three, 10-minute chunks.
Bone & joint health
Keegan's back after being sidelined by injury.
Could the pain, swelling and stiffness in your thumb be related to your love of texting and tweeting? Yes, it could be.
Researchers have found evidence that acetaminophen may not be very beneficial for patients with osteoarthritis in the hips or knees.
Can you tell arthritis fact from fiction?
Discoveries by Sunnybrook scientists are set to improve patient care here and around the world.
Back to school? Avoid muscle strain when studying with these expert tips.
Elbow injuries are common from summer activities, like golf and tennis. Learn how to protect yours.
We all tend to be more active in the summer. Try these tips to be active without getting injured.
It’s “no pain, no gain” when it comes to seeing results at the gym, but there are exceptions to this rule. Here are 3 signs you've exercised...