How to start exercising
You don’t have to exercise to the point of collapse to get health benefits. This article shows you how simple it can be to get active.
Exercise and mental health
Cardiovascular activity is good for your body, reducing the risk of illness and disease. It’s also good for your mind, because exercise helps pump blood to the brain.
How exercise is changing lives
Experts now recommend that physical activity be prescribed for cancer patients. Here's how exercise plays a surprising role in health conditions like cancer and depression.
Exercise and mental health recovery
Exercise can assist in mental health recovery, improving your mood and sense of wellbeing and helping you feel more confident. Read tips to get you started.
Running tips for beginners
Running can be a fun way to exercise. It can help keep you in shape and lose weight too. This article shows you how.
Safe exercise for children
Your child needs to exercise safely, so there are some simple rules to remember. Know how much exercise is right and why warming up is important.
Healthy and active children
Physical activity, healthy eating and a proper rest are key aspects of children’s health. This page provides information and links to resources.
Benefits of physical activity for children
Children over 5 should be physically active for at least 60 minutes each day. Encourage your child to be active and set them up for a healthy life.
Back to school health tips
Is your child starting or returning to school? Here are 5 top tips to help your child navigate their way into a healthy and happy school year.
Arthritis and exercise
If you have arthritis, keeping active through regular exercise can help manage your condition. Find out about arthritis and exercise.