The American Podiatric Medical Association recently conducted a survey of more than 1,000 U.S. high school students on how kids these days are treating their feet.
When going spring shoe shopping, many women seek out footwear that is on-trend, easy on the bunions and appropriate for work without looking too conservative to wear out afterward.
For some women, the arrival of spring opens up doors to many footwear options: strappy sandals, mules and pointy-toed heels, to name a few.
Athletic wear-inspired fashions abound in department stores today, which is evident in the latest high top sneaker trend and sweatband fad.
Whether your activity is running, soccer, hockey or dance, the fact that you are an athlete means that you’re more prone to foot conditions like bunions, hammer toe or fallen arches.
High-end shoe designer Manolo Blahnik recently told the Wall Street Journal that he didn’t want to “pollute [his] brand” by releasing a collection for a mass-market retailer.
Golfers know that their foot stance and posture has a lot to do with how well they swing, both in terms of accuracy and power.
During pregnancy, a woman has an increased level of a certain hormone which softens the tendons, ligaments and joints to prepare her for childbirth, according to WhatToExpect.com.
Walk into a shoe store and you’ll easily see that there is footwear made especially for running, tennis, hiking, leisure activities and formal events.
Yet another season of Dancing With the Stars is set to begin on ABC on March 19, which means that these celebrities may want to stock up on bunion splints, orthotics, ankle braces and foot cream.