Plantar fasciitis is one of the most common – and most persistent – causes of foot and heel pain in athletes. Treatment can relieve the pain, of course, but the risk of re-injury is fairly high. Once plantar fasciitis develops, it becomes much more difficult to return to your usual activities completely pain-free. Plantar fasciitis is the inflammation of the read more »CONTINUE READING →
As the New Year is upon us, many of us will inspiringly set some goals, often involving getting in shape and improving our health. We allow ourselves to balloon up through the holidays and then on January 1, we are hitting the treadmill, gym, or pavement. This sharp increase in activity level will eventually force a fair amount of people read more »CONTINUE READING →
Mashed potatoes, naps, and football: The trifecta of American Thanksgiving Day tradition. This Thursday, millions of kids and grown-ups across the country will step outside to throw the pigskin while working up an appetite as ambitious as the Manifest Destiny. Unfortunately, sportsballing in the backyard often breeds danger, and sure as leftover turkey sandwiches, at least 25,000 Americans will wind read more »CONTINUE READING →
Read the full article at: edition.cnn.com While Drake performed over 50 shows thus far as a part of the Summer Sixteen tour, doctors have ordered the rapper to postpone the remaining three due to a sever ankle injury. We wish him a speedy recovery. Save SaveCONTINUE READING →
Short Daily Walks Can Improve Memory & Reverse Muscle Loss in Older Adults… It’s Not Too Late to Start!
People in their 70s and 80s recovered more quickly from physical setbacks if they remained active, a study finds. Walking a total of 150 minutes a week with some strength training did the trick.CONTINUE READING →
Running brands are continuing to follow the retro running shoe trend by rereleasing classic models.CONTINUE READING →