International physical activity guidelines recommend adults engage in strength training exercises at least twice a week. But only about a third of the general population meets this recommendation. That number is even lower in people with arthritis due to various barriers. Find out how we’re working to change this.
Navigating Care Without a Family Doctor
A shortage of family doctors has left many Canadians, especially those living with chronic illness, in the lurch. Learn more about this healthcare crisis and how people with arthritis are navigating these uncertain times.
5 Tips for Strength Training at Home
Strength training can help reduce pain, swelling and fatigue and improve overall health. But it can also be intimidating. To break down barriers to strength training, we’ve got some tips to help you get started at home.
Life with Arthritis: It’s a Balancing Act
Arthritis throws a ton of curveballs. Pain, fatigue, and flares can get in the way of work, social activities and daily life. We’ve got tips for finding balance without compromising your health and happiness.