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.
Seniors who continue to enjoy running into their golden years are making good efforts toward maintaining overall health as they get older.
Once a woman reaches a certain age, footwear options like stilettos or open-toed sandals may not be viable choices due to foot conditions, such as bunions, hammer toe or yellowed toenails.
A reader of The Globe and Mail asked the news provider’s in-house doctor, Sheila Wijayasinghe, whether she could continue wearing her beloved high heels past the age of 35, as foot pain began to set in.
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.
A team of researchers conducted a study which reveals that individuals who go under the knife for knee replacement surgery and are subsequently prescribed narcotic pain relievers may become dependent on the drugs.
A team of researchers at the University of California, Davis has found that female basketball players may be able to avoid injury to the anterior cruciate ligament by changing the way they land when coming down from a jump.
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.