If you’re one of the many people heading to a tropical climate to escape the late-winter blues, it may be a good idea to peel back those heavy wool socks and have a look at the state of your feet.
Warm weather is approaching, and that may have many people perusing the new selections of summer sandals and flip flops.
The deals at secondhand stories can be awfully tempting, as anyone who’s ever come across a $20 pair of used Christian Louboutin knows well.
It feels great to free toes from the confines of sneakers when it gets warm outside, but sporting barely-there sandals and going barefoot exposes the feet to the sun’s harmful UV rays.
Some ladies spend upward of a year to find the perfect wedding gown, and finding the right shoes can be just as difficult of a decision – especially when the bride has bunions.
Loyola University Health System researchers have found that kids and teens who train intensely for one sport are more likely to have an activity-related injury than those who participate in various sports.
New research from ladies clothing brand Savoir reveals that many women spend more on their vacation wardrobe than they do on the trip itself, with 85 percent of ladies older than 50 reporting expenditures as high as $2,300.
Runners may be noticing a new kind of shoe appearing in sportswear stores. Called “toe shoes,” the new athletic footwear resembles a glove for the foot, with individual compartments for each toe.
Individuals who are currently using bunion splints or orthotics to correct bunions or hammer toe may still experience discomfort from rubbing on the inside of shoes, as the devices are meant to correct the deformities gradually.
People with bunions sometimes dread shopping for shoes because much of the footwear out there was designed for the bunion-less in mind.
Those of us who want to avoid bunions or hammer toe are by now aware of what causes the deformities and what should be avoided, namely high heels, flip flops and ill fitting shoes.
If the idea of barefoot running appeals to you but makes you cringe when thinking about the bacteria on the ground, there may be a solution for you.