Love the latest shoe styles but hate the way your feet get sore? A podiatrist answers common questions about which shoes help — and which shoes hurt — your feet.
We all know that our bodies change as we age. Your feet, of course, are not exempt.
Does one of your toes appear to bend in an awkward way or curl under painfully? If so, you may have a hammertoe. Here are five things you should know.
This past year, we’ve published hundreds of posts to help you live better. Stories have covered everyday health problems and wellness tips as well as serious conditions. Below, find ten stand-outs we wanted to share with you. These are among our finest offerings of 2015.
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If you’re a die-hard runner, black, loose or missing toenails may be as much a part of the sport as bags of frozen peas and race t-shirt collections.
Without warning, you wake up with a paralyzing stiffness in your calf or foot. Whether you call it a foot or leg cramp (aka “charley horse”), it happens when a muscle gets involuntarily stiff and can’t relax. Here’s what causes these cramps, as well as tips to help prevent them.
When temperatures rise, your body perspires more, and that includes your feet. Shoes plus hot weather equals foot odor – or even athlete’s foot. Find out how to keep your feet healthy and free of strong odor.
Flip flops, heels, wedges, tennis shoes and flats – summer shoe choices are endless. What is the perfect shoe for your foot health day-in and day-out?
Take steps to prevent blisters by keeping your skin dry. Learn the safest ways to treat blisters, if you get them, to avoid infection.
You may think the mark of a great pedicure is one that lasts and lasts. But your toenails may need a breather!