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High Heels Affect Your Whole Body

While many women feel that wearing high heels may make them look their best, the fact of the matter is that cramming your feet into pumps every day can lead to relatively minor conditions like corns, calluses, and ingrown toenails. But wearing high heels can also cause major damage to tendons and ligaments that may […]

Your Old Feet

Your feet really take a beating over the years, so it’s important to be aware of what to expect as your feet age and to remember that you have to keep your feet and the rest of your body in good shape to get you through your golden years. Here is list of some of […]

Walk on Your Wild Side Day

Did you know that today is Walk on Your Wild Side Day? It is a day to embrace your inner wild streak and do something totally unexpected. Maybe you’ve always wanted to take dance classes, or maybe you want to challenge yourself to a marathon, a fitness competition or a new exercise routine? Whatever your […]

What to Know About Super Bowl 2017

Superbowl Sunday is one of the most popular and anticipated sporting events of the year and this year is no different. On February 5th, the NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas will be hosting the event and over 100 million viewers are expected to watch. Facts about this year’s Super Bowl LI: Each year the number […]

Holiday Foot Care Travel Kit

No doubt many of us are traveling this holiday to celebrate with family and friends. When you are away from home, it can be challenging to continue your usual routine, but packing a travel kit with your foot care essentials can be a great and easy way to keep your feet happy and healthy! Moisturizer […]

Diabetes: How to Examine Your Feet

American Diabetes Month is the perfect opportunity to educate yourself and others on the risks and conditions related to diabetes, which results in chronic high blood glucose levels. There are over 30 million Americans who have diabetes, and as a result, are at risk for many complications. Foot complications are especially common due to nerve […]

Health Benefits of Hiking

Fall is a beautiful and perfect season for enjoying the cool crisp air, warm drinks, the foliage and the upcoming holiday season. One way many choose to take advantage of the fall is by hiking, whether it’s a short trail or a long expedition over many months. Hiking is an activity that can be enjoyed […]

National Walk Your Dog Week

Love your dog? Want to become healthier? Well then, this week is the perfect opportunity to establish a healthy lifestyle for you and your pooch. Autumn is officially here, which means temperatures are ideal for enjoying the outdoors, so take advantage of these benefits of walking! Walking with your dog just 20 minutes at a […]

Osteoporosis and Falls

Fall Prevention Awareness Day was the first day of the fall season, which served as an opportunity to educate and raise awareness about risks and prevention related to falls in older adults. With falls being the leading cause of injuries in those over 65, knowing how to reduce your risk of falling is extremely important. […]