The Rev. Shaun Hayes leads a workout class for kids and their parents with components of aerobics and yoga at Swope Health Central. Hayes, who is on a mission to get Kansas City African Americans to live healthier lives, is program coordinator for the Black Health Care Coalition. Exercise also is a good way to reduce the effects of arthritis.
The Rev. Shaun Hayes leads a workout class for kids and their parents with components of aerobics and yoga at Swope Health Central. Hayes, who is on a mission to get Kansas City African Americans to live healthier lives, is program coordinator for the Black Health Care Coalition. Exercise also is a good way to reduce the effects of arthritis. JILL TOYOSHIBA The Kansas City Star
The Rev. Shaun Hayes leads a workout class for kids and their parents with components of aerobics and yoga at Swope Health Central. Hayes, who is on a mission to get Kansas City African Americans to live healthier lives, is program coordinator for the Black Health Care Coalition. Exercise also is a good way to reduce the effects of arthritis. JILL TOYOSHIBA The Kansas City Star

African Americans can combat the effects of arthritis year-round with exercise

February 19, 2015 03:08 PM