We talked to an orthopaedic surgeon to find out if cracking your knuckles is all that it’s … well, cracked up to be.
Weak ankles are more susceptible to injury, no matter how old or fit you are. But these eight daily exercises can strengthen your ankles, improve stability, and cut down on injuries and sprains.
Keep smelling vinegar? It might be your feet. A podiatrist explains why your feet smell like vinegar, and offers seven DIY solutions.
So, you’re in the market for a new pair of boots. Here’s what you need to know to keep your feet happy with your choice.
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Have you ever considered trying minimalist toe shoes that look like gloves for your feet? Before you make the change, here’s some advice from a podiatrist.
If your toes are crowded or you’re prone to blisters and calluses, toe spacers just might be helpful.
Your feet bear the brunt of all that walking you do throughout your life. Here’s how you can expect them to change as you age.
Numbing your feet to get through a night in an uncomfortable pair of shoes comes with some risks. A podiatrist explains.
The lack of arch support in sheepskin boots make the oh-so-adorable footwear not-so-good for your feet.
Arthritis can be a real pain in the … thumb. Find out how to treat your pain at home and when to see a doctor.