Chances are, you’ve already taken out your Uggs or other fur-lined boots. The warm, fuzzy shoes are so appealing when the weather is so cold. Some like to wear them for their warmth, some love being able to easily slip them on, and others think they are cute, albeit chunky. They can surely make good […]
Month: January 2017
Corns and Calluses, Oh My!
Corns and calluses, while often unsightly, are usually harmless. They are an indication from your skin, telling you that it’s being rubbed the wrong way. In order to protect itself, the skin forms thick, hard layers of skin. They become a problem when they cause pain and/or inflammation. Corns are usually smaller than calluses. They […]
How Childhood Obesity Affects Feet
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), “Childhood obesity has more than doubled in children and quadrupled in adolescents in the past 30 years.” In fact, they say that, “In 2012, more than one third of children and adolescents were overweight or obese” (CDC 2015). This is a very alarming statistic, which […]
Ways to Keep Your Feet Warm
With winter in full swing, the first instinct is to find ways to keep warm. When heading outside, we’re quick to grab our down jackets and fur-lined boots. While indoors, cozy socks and a knitted sweater feel like the essentials to staying comfortable and warm. Since keeping your feet warm help to keep your overall […]