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Latest Submitted Health Articles

  • Knowing More About Seasmoiditis

    By Tatiana Bruschay

    Sesamoiditis is a condition that affects the joint that is just behind the big toe in the area known as the ball of the foot. It is most common in younger people and people who have just begun an exercise program.  Read..

  • Being a Runner and Selecting the Right Running Shoes

    By Brad Bachmann

    While running seems like a simple activity, it is actually a complicated movement that puts a lot of stress on the joints, bones and ligaments of the body. Consequently, choosing the right shoe is an important step in increasing performance and decreasing injury risk. You should select running shoes based on your foot type. While other considerations are important, such as trail versus road shoes, your foot type dictates the amount of cushioning, stability and motion control you need. The best w  Read..

  • Rheumatoid Arthritis and How it Effects Your Feet

    By Gary Curson

    Although rheumatoid arthritis actually attacks multiple bones and joints throughout the entire body, ninety percent of people who actually develop this condition usually do so in the foot or ankle area. Those who develop this kind of arthritis in the feet usually develop symptoms around the toes and forefeet first, before anywhere else. Rheumatoid arthritis appears to have a genetic component. If it runs in the family, then you will be more likely to develop it as well.  Read..

  • Taking Care of Your Feet Propely When you Work On Them

    By Michael Wynn

    Overworking your feet can put stress on your entire body, so taking care of your feet is an absolute priority for overall good health. Standing all day can cause a myriad of different conditions such as bunions, callouses, and plantar warts. These conditions are all very painful but can be avoided with proper foot care, which includes both proper posture and good shoe choices to contribute to the overall health of your feet.  Read..

  • Stopping Running Injuries Before they Happen

    By Neal Mozen

    Many common running injuries are caused by overuse and overtraining. Several common injuries can occur due to running. When the back of the kneecap starts wearing away and starts causing pain in the knee, this is commonly referred to as runners knee. Runners knee can occur because of decreased strength in the quadricep muscles or shoes that do not offer proper support to the inside of the forefoot. Runners knee usually is treated with strengthening exercises focusing on the quad muscle and sp  Read..

  • Being on Your Feet All Day and Learning How to Care for Them Afterwards

    By Howard Waxman

    Overworking your feet can put stress on your entire body, so taking care of your feet is an absolute priority for overall good health. Standing all day can cause a myriad of different conditions such as bunions, callouses, and plantar warts. These conditions are all very painful but can be avoided with proper foot care, which includes both proper posture and good shoe choices to contribute to the overall health of your feet.  Read..

  • Being Overweight and Learning More About How it Takes a Toll On Your Feet

    By Darlo Vander Wilt

    Maybe you have gained a few extra pounds over the past couple of years. It comes on slowly and you are not always aware of it until your feet start hurting at the end of the day. After all, they carry the weight of your whole body. Experiencing foot pain and swelling is one of the biggest side effects of being overweight.  Read..

  • Understanding the Importance of Proper Foot Support

    By Greg Khaimov

    Feet are the foundation of the body, and just like the foundation of any structure, they must be stable and balanced in order to support the all of the body's weight. If they are not, they could cause many problems.  Read..

  • Being a Runner and Learning More about Running Barefoot

    By Bruce Zappan

    Barefoot running is a popular and growing trend that is taking over the running and jogging community by storm. Barefoot running is exactly what it sounds like, running without shoes. However, this doesnt just affect whether or not you need to buy new shoes, but it also affects the motion of your feet and requires an entirely different workout.  Read..

  • Learning More about Being Diabetic and How it Affects your Feet

    By David Cornell

    Diabetes affects millions of people each year. Diabetes damages blood vessels in all parts of the body, including the feet. The legs and feet may have slow blood flow which causes neuropathy (nerve damage). Once a diabetic patient develops neuropathy, it is imperative that the feet are well taken care of to avoid amputation of the feet or legs.  Read..