Archive for December, 2007

How to Keep Your New Year’s Resolution to Exercise

Dec 31st, 2007 by keelyh | Comments Off on How to Keep Your New Year’s Resolution to Exercise

Man is a goal seeking animal. His life only has meaning if he is reaching out and striving for his goals.– Aristotle Only hours from now the ball will drop in New York City’s Time Square and we will bid a fond farewell to 2007 and leap feet first into the New Year. One of […]

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Ask A Podiatrist – Children’s Arch Supports

Dec 28th, 2007 by keelyh | 2

An anonymous reader sent us a couple of questions about using children’s arch supports. We are posting the questions and Dr. Hurless’ answers in case there are any other Blog readers who would also find the information useful. Reader Question #1: How do I know when to replace my daughter’s arch support? Podiatrist Jeff […]

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Heel and Arch Pain in Children – Causes, Symptoms, Treatment

Dec 17th, 2007 by keelyh | Comments Off on Heel and Arch Pain in Children – Causes, Symptoms, Treatment

With the rate of childhood obesity in the United States on the rise, health experts are continually reminding parents to encourage their children to participate in sports and other physical activities. But what happens when the very activity you believe will keep your child healthy seems to cause them pain? When a normally rambunctious child, […]

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Famous Shoe Songs – Footwear Songs to Make You Tap Your Toes

Dec 7th, 2007 by keelyh | 7

Back in October our favorite walking blog, Walking posted a nearly exhaustive list of songs about walking and walkers. That got us at Blog thinking, “Why not make a list of songs that celebrate shoes, the tools we all rely on to keep us pounding the pavement?” Without further ado, here is a […]

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Stocking Stuffers – An Old Tradition Made Foot-Friendly

Dec 1st, 2007 by keelyh | 2

Twas the night before Christmas, and all through the house Not a creature was stirring not even a mouse. The stockings were hung by the chimney with care, In hopes that St. Nicolas soon would be there. The poem in which these lines can be found was published under an anonymous byline in the Troy, […]

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