Feet

Do we really even need to explain this one? Feet are that part of the body we walk on! (Shocker, right?) Joking aside, feet are important for many other reasons, and especially important to health and fitness, too! Learn more about feet (and the ailments that can affect them) here:

Running Tips: How to Prevent Blisters

Bad blisters are enough to keep even the most determined runners from hitting the pavement for a while. Here's the need-to-know on how to prevent, treat, and even pop those pesky suckers—the safe way.

They're quintessential summer apparel, but could they really be hurting our feet in the long term? (Short answer: it just might be time to go shoe shopping...)

High heels may look great, but wearing them regularly might cause more harm than they’re worth.

Don’t skimp out on good socks — they may be more important than we think to steer clear of injury and perform at our best.

Are bras to blame for cancer, and do backpacks really cause back problems? We reveal the clothes that could be harming your health and the myths that simply don’t stack up.

It’s easy to take the feet for granted. But don’t get off on the wrong foot by ignoring the signs and symptoms of flat feet.

Pages

High heels may look great, but wearing them regularly might cause more harm than they’re worth.

They're quintessential summer apparel, but could they really be hurting our feet in the long term? (Short answer: it just might be time to go shoe shopping...)

Running Tips: How to Prevent Blisters

Bad blisters are enough to keep even the most determined runners from hitting the pavement for a while. Here's the need-to-know on how to prevent, treat, and even pop those pesky suckers—the safe way.

Running's all fun and games until there's shin splints. A general term used to describe lower leg pain, shin splints are mainly caused by excessive stress on, well, the shins. The pain is generally mild, but enough to render a runner couch-side.

It’s easy to take the feet for granted. But don’t get off on the wrong foot by ignoring the signs and symptoms of flat feet.

Are bras to blame for cancer, and do backpacks really cause back problems? We reveal the clothes that could be harming your health and the myths that simply don’t stack up.

Pages