• 79 Percent of Runners Experience a Foot Injury
    About 79 percent of runners experience some type of foot injury each year. It requires a bit of extra work to keep your feet in top running order, however it Read more
  • Wout van Aert Suffers Broken Toe
    World champion cyclist Wout van Aert recently fell down a flight of stairs, suffering a broken toe. Even with the injury, he still planned on competing in World Cup #2 Read more
  • Things to Avoid When Getting a Pedicure
    Your foot care routine should include washing and drying your feet thoroughly each day. Moisturizer should also be used in order to keep your feet soft, however it should not Read more
  • Running Means Higher Risk of Injury than Walking
    Both walking and running are beneficial exercise for your feet and your body, both of which contribute toward weight loss. However, running is more strenuous, leading to an increased risk Read more
  • Plantar Fasciitis 101
    Plantar fasciitis is caused when the arch of the foot becomes inflamed. Each step that a person with the condition takes aggravates the plantar-fascia tissue, making it even more difficult Read more
  • How to Care for Arthritic Feet
    According to recent research, what you incorporate in your diet can affect your arthritis inflammation symptoms. “The goal of your diet should be to eat foods that have been shown Read more
  • Aaron Mound Breaks Toe
    Aaron Mound of Real Salt Lake has suffered a broken toe injury that has kept him off the field for four to eight weeks. Although there had been a lot Read more
  • Tips to Maintain Healthy Feet
    You should always make sure to put in as much effort into taking care of your feet as you do your face. Your toenails should always be trimmed at the Read more
  • High Heels May Negatively Impact Foot Health
    A study published by the Journal of Applied Physiology has determined that long-term high heel use can have detrimental effects on the legs’ muscles, such as muscle strain and muscle Read more
  • Diabetic Foot is a Major Cause of Hospitalization
    Diabetic foot is one of the top 20 causes of hospitalization in Australia. Studies conducted in the country found that one in every twenty-two patients in Australian hospitals have active Read more
  • Caring for Blisters
    Blisters are a fairly common foot condition that can be easily prevented with a few simple steps. The first step is to always ensure the feet or kept clean to Read more
  • Ways to Treat Bunions
    Hallux valgus, which is more commonly known as a bunion, is a deformity of the joint at the base of the big toe. Most people who have bunions develop them Read more
  • Hyperhidrosis and Your Feet
    Hyperhidrosis is the medical term used to describe excessive sweating. Although many people with hyperhidrosis tend to ignore it, they shouldn’t. Hyperhidrosis can interfere with social interaction and productivity at Read more
  • Sakho Sidelined with Achilles Tendon Injury
    Liverpool’s defender, Mamadou Sakho, is expected to be sidelined for a month due to an Achilles tendon injury. He is currently doing rehab assignments and will be reassessed to see Read more
  • All About Plantar Warts
      Plantar warts are small white growths that can be caused by viral infections. These warts are typically found on the plantar surface of the feet. Surgical removal may be used Read more
  • Tai Chi May Help Improve Feet Health
    An 87-year-old man named Ned Martino has expressed his praise for the benefits Tai Chi provides. Martino states that Tai Chi has helped him improve his balance. An organization named Read more

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