Frostbite Can Take the Fun Out of Winter

As we enter the cold weather season, many of us will be skiing, sledding, and shoveling snow. Many people will get cold feet as well as wet feet. Having “Jack Frost nipping at your nose” sounds great when Nat King

Don’t Let Diabetes Get a Foothold on You

Latin Americans and African-Americans are at a greater risk for developing diabetes, according to the Centers for Disease Control.

In fact, Latin Americans are nearly twice as likely to get diabetes and five times less likely to visit a doctor

These shoes are made for walking

Just like the tires on your car, your athletic shoes should also be changed after they’ve accummulated a certain “mileage.”

How long your athletic shoes will last depends on several factors, including how often you wear them, where you run

Fall is the perfect time of year for outdoor fun

With the changing leaves and cooler weather, millions of adults will participate in sports: football, soccer, basketball, baseball and softball, and running, to name a few. Whether you are skilled, an amateur, or enjoy individual activities – adults will get

Emergency Room or Podiatrist?

Foot and ankle trauma is all too common in the fall when many of us ramp up our exercise regimens as temperatures become more moderate. When faced with what to do and where to go for foot and ankle injuries