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Yoga can be useful for specific physical problems. While not intended to replace medical advice, the information here may be helpful.

Yoga and Balance star
There's so much more to balance than just strength, and yoga works on all of them.

Yoga and Cancer star
For many illnesses and disorders, yoga is attracting considerable interest as a ‘complementary therapy’. Many cancer warriors are finding this to be true for a number of reasons, and the communities that support those waging this war are taking notice.

Yoga and Depression star
Yoga as a complementary therapy is useful in combating depression and other related mental health issues. There are a number of reasons why.

Yoga and High Blood Pressure star
High blood pressure is rampant in Western society. Science is beginning to show the positive effects of yoga on this condition.

Yoga and Stress Relief star
Everyone knows that yoga helps with stressful days, but what’s the science behind the claim?

Yoga and Suicide star
Pain is inevitable, but yoga helps us with our suffering. How do we deal with the unimaginable? Yoga can once again be there for us.

Yoga for Arthritis star
Need to exercise but have arthritis? Yoga is an excellent choice. Medical science confirms what the yoga community has always known: yoga is good for both body and soul.

Yoga for Colds & Flu star
Got a cold or the flu? Here are some tips for moderating your yoga practice.

Yoga For Fibromyalgia star
Fibromyalgia is difficult to treat, but studies have shown that yoga moves, meditation, and breathwork can help.

Yoga for Respiratory Issues star
Having breathing issues? Yoga can help!

Yoga for Weight Loss? star
Does yoga help with weight loss? The scientific evidence is mixed. However, yoga can and does help with factors relating to weight loss. Here is one argument for yoga and other gentle forms of exercise as aids in the movement towards health.

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