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  1. Fitness and Exercise Provides links to how-to information about physical activity for everyone. Includes info on walking for wellness, reducing back pain, and healthy weight.
  2. HIV and Exercise
  3. Exercise and Fibromyalgia
  4. Kegel Exercises
  5. Exercise Electrocardiogram Covers exercise stress test, also called treadmill test or exercise EKG. Explains why it's done, such as finding cause of angina symptoms and checking exercise tolerance after heart attack. Includes how it's done and how it feels. Includes risks.
  6. Exercising With a Bunion
  7. Relaxation Exercises
  8. Water Exercise
  9. Neck Exercises
  10. Exercise and Osteoarthritis
  11. Diabetes and Exercise Find out how exercise helps you control your blood sugar and feel better in other ways too.
  12. Vertigo: Balance Exercises
  13. Vertigo: Walking Exercises
  14. Walking as Aerobic Exercise
  15. Cystic Fibrosis and Exercise
  16. Exercise During Pregnancy
  17. Exercises for Arm and Wrist
  18. Exercising to Prevent a Stroke
  19. Cardiac Rehabilitation: Exercise
  20. Parkinson's Disease and Exercise
  21. Exercises After Mastectomy
  22. Exercising Safely With Arthritis Learn how activity can help reduce joint pain and how to exercise safely when you have arthritis.
  23. Heart Arrhythmias and Exercise
  24. Osteoarthritis: Exercising With Arthritis Covers exercises that are helpful for a person with osteoarthritis. Includes aerobic, strength, and flexibility exercises, and tips to motivate yourself. Includes things to avoid. Looks at why it is important to exercise and gives tips on how to exercise.
  25. Exercise-Induced Asthma
  26. Exercise Planning Form
  27. Exercise for Rheumatoid Arthritis
  28. Prediabetes: Exercise Tips
  29. How to Do the Bird Dog Exercise Learn how to do the bird dog exercise to increase strength and stability in your shoulder, core, and hips.
  30. How to Do the Bridging Exercise Learn how to do the bridging exercise to increase strength and stability in your core and your legs.
  31. How to Do the Pelvic Tilt Exercise Learn how to do the pelvic tilt exercise to strengthen your core.
  32. How to Do the Press-Up Exercise Learn how to do the press-up exercise to stretch your belly muscles and increase flexibility in your lower back.
  33. How to Do the Wall Sit Exercise Learn how to do the wall sit exercise to increase strength and stability in your core and your legs.
  34. Pelvic Exercises for Urinary Incontinence Learn how to do exercises that can help prevent urine leakage.
  35. Exercise Electrocardiogram (Stress Test) See how a stress test works and how it's done.
  36. Ergonomics: Exercises to Do While Sitting Learn seated exercises you can do at work or at home that can help you relieve stress and strain.
  37. Seated Exercises for Older Adults Learn simple exercises that you can do while sitting down.
  38. Cardiac Rehabilitation: Medicine and Exercise
  39. Stress Management: Breathing Exercises
  40. COPD: Using Exercise to Feel Better Covers ways to exercise and stay active with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). Explains that exercise makes muscles and heart stronger and may improve shortness of breath. Includes warning to talk to your doctor before starting exercise.
  41. Spinal Cord Injury: Flexibility Exercises
  42. Spinal Cord Injury: Sensual Exercises
  43. Multiple Sclerosis: Benefits of Exercise
  44. Brandt-Daroff Exercise for Vertigo
  45. Jaw Problems: Exercise and Relaxation
  46. Tennis Elbow: Stretches and Strengthening Exercises
  47. Healthy Attitudes Toward Food and Exercise
  48. Exercising While Sitting Down
  49. Measuring Your Exercise Intensity Learn how to know if you're exercising at the right level to improve your health.
  50. Preventing Falls: Two Good Exercises Learn how to do two exercises to improve your strength and balance.
  51. Relaxation Exercise: Deep Breathing Learn a deep-breathing exercise to reduce your stress.
  52. Relaxation Exercise: Guided Imagery Learn how to take your mind to a calming beach where stress melts away.
  53. COPD: Exercises for Easier Breathing Learn some exercises for your lungs to make it easier to breathe.
  54. COPD: Exercises for Building Strength Try a few gentle and safe exercises to build your strength.
  55. Pregnancy: How to Exercise Safely Learn about the benefits of exercise during pregnancy and how to do it safely.
  56. Quick Tips: Exercising Safely With Arthritis
  57. Fitness: Getting Around Barriers to Exercise
  58. Stress Management: Imagery Exercises
  59. Sprained Ankle: Rehabilitation Exercises
  60. Diabetic Neuropathy: Exercising Safely
  61. Plantar Fasciitis: Exercises to Relieve Pain Discusses exercises to stretch and strengthen the plantar fascia ligament and Achilles tendon. Has illustrations of exercises. Covers exercises to avoid. Offers other tips like resting or icing to help relieve heel pain.
  62. Sensual Exercises for Erection Problems
  63. Breastfeeding: Exercise and Weight Loss
  64. Peripheral Arterial Disease and Exercise
  65. Get Regular Exercise for Mental Health
  66. Mitral Valve Regurgitation and Exercise
  67. Congenital Heart Defects: Exercise and Sports
  68. Exercise and Physical Activity Ideas
  69. Exercises for Heel Pain or Tightness
  70. Heart Failure: Activity and Exercise Tells how to exercise to improve health with congestive heart failure. Includes need for doctor's okay and exercise plan. Includes tips on physical activity like stretching, walking, swimming, lifting weights, yoga, and tai chi.
  71. Graded Exercise Progress Chart
  72. John's Story: Finding a Way to Exercise
  73. How to Do the Hip Abduction Exercise Hip abduction exercises strengthen the muscles that move your leg out to the side.
  74. Preventing Falls: Exercises for Strength and Balance
  75. Meniscus Tear: Rehabilitation Exercises
  76. Patellar Tracking Disorder: Exercises
  77. Stress Management: Breathing Exercises for Relaxation Looks at how breathing exercises can help with stress relief. Includes step-by-step instructions for exercises like belly breathing, 4-7-8 breathing, and morning breathing. Offers links to more info on managing stress with guided imagery and meditation.
  78. How to Do the Single Knee-to-Chest Exercise Learn how to do the single knee-to-chest exercise to stretch your hip and lower back.
  79. Coronary Artery Disease: Commit to Making an Exercise Plan Picture an exercise plan you would enjoy, and commit to taking small steps to get there.
  80. Shoulder and Arm Exercises After Breast Surgery Learn exercises to reduce stiffness and soreness and get your shoulder and arm back to normal.
  81. Cardiac Rehabilitation: Monitoring Your Body's Response to Exercise
  82. Rotator Cuff Problems: Exercises You Can Do at Home
  83. Vertigo: Level 1 (Easy) Balance Exercises
  84. Vertigo: Level 2 (Harder) Balance Exercises
  85. Tracking Chart for Level 1 and Level 2 Exercises for Vertigo
  86. ACL Injury: Exercises to Do Before Treatment
  87. Breathing Exercises: Using a Manual Incentive Spirometer
  88. Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis: Range-of-Motion Exercises
  89. Coronary Artery Disease: Exercising for a Healthy Heart Covers importance of exercising regularly when you have coronary artery disease. Guides you through steps of starting a complete exercise program that includes aerobic exercise, strength training, and stretching. Explains how to set goals you can reach.
  90. Low Back Pain: Exercises to Reduce Pain Covers exercises that may help reduce or prevent low back pain. Includes aerobic, strengthening, and stretching exercises. Looks at why it is important to exercise for low back pain. Includes tips on how to do the exercises.
  91. Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis: Stretching and Strengthening Exercises
  92. Weight-Bearing Exercises to Maintain Healthy Bones
  93. Tips for Exercising Safely When You Have Diabetes
  94. Exercise Helps Maggie Stay at a Healthy Weight
  95. Cal's Story: Learning to Exercise When You Have COPD
  96. How to Do the Short-Arc Quad Exercise Strengthen your thigh muscles with short-arc quad exercises.
  97. How to Do the Long-Arc Quad Exercise Strengthen your thigh muscles with the long-arc quad exercise.
  98. How to Do the Single-Leg Balance Exercise Single-leg balance exercises improve balance and strengthen the muscles that support the knees.
  99. How to Do Step-Up and Step-Down Exercises Strengthen your glutes, quadriceps, and hamstrings with step-up and step-down exercises.
  100. Type 1 Diabetes in Children: Safe Exercise

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