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Arthritis Foundation: "The Benefits of Indoor Cycling," "Yoga Helpful for Rheumatoid Arthritis," "Introduction to Exercise," "Water Exercise," "Exercise and Arthritis: Walking."
Arthritis Today: "Gardening Tips for Everyone."
Current Opinion in Rheumatology: "Physical Activity Programs for Chronic Arthritis."
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Johns Hopkins Arthritis Center: "Yoga for People with Arthritis," "Getting Active: A Real Life Example," "Effectiveness of Tai Chi for Musculoskeletal Pain Reviewed," "Role of Exercise in the Management of Arthritis."
National Center on Physical Activity and Disability: "Disability/Condition: Osteoarthritis and Exercise."
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services: "Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans: Chapter 7: Additional Considerations for Some Adults."
University of New Mexico, Department of Exercise Science: "Training Clients with Arthritis."
University of North Carolina Health Care: "Study: Tai Chi relieves arthritis pain, improves reach, balance, well-being."
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