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Spring Footwear Trends

The Azalea Trail is an annual tradition in Houston, TX and a sure sign that spring has arrived! The azalea is a showy flower that blooms in shades of pink, red, white, purple and yellow. This year there are seven stops along the Azalea Trail Home and Garden Tour, happening March 07, 2014 – March […]

Shoes for Bunions Among Spring Shoe Trends

Fashion Week in Paris, France, wrapped up at the beginning of the month and the lines that came down the runways were colorful, creative, and stunning. What is trending in shoes is always a hot topic, and the styles for 2014 do not disappoint. If you have a bunion problem, you may think that you […]

Preventing Sports Injuries

Staying at the top of your game, as the U.S. Olympic athletes try to do, can take a toll, and sports injuries can happen in an instant. Snowboarder Shaun White has battled a sprained ankle and jammed wrist, and ultimately he is withdrawing from the slopestyle event to hopefully avoid a more serious injury. Freestyle […]

Finding a Podiatrist Who Is Right for You

Where do you turn when you need a plumber, electrician, or reliable car mechanic? There is a host of online groups such as AngiesList that provide reviews from others of reliable tradesman in your area that you can trust. Finding a podiatrist is just as important, because they are the only experts in the medical […]

Dry Skin and Red

Of the many award shows happening this year, the anticipated Academy Awards are coming up March 2, 2014. The entertainment, shoo-ins, upsets, and who rubs shoulders with whom are all a part of the elaborate evening. What celebrities wear, though, usually takes center stage, and shoes are often the focus of attention. Unfortunately, close up […]

Diabetic Friendly Diet

Mark your calendars for YLCs 2nd Annual Top Gold FORE the Cure Golf Tournament on May 8, 2014 in Houston, TX. The Houston Youth Leadership Committee is hosting this event, which benefits JDRFthe world leader in research for type 1 diabetes. Come on outwhether you have diabetes, know someone who does, or simply want to […]

Cosmetic Foot Surgery: Extreme Makeover Gone Bad

The term, Put your best foot forward, is often used when giving advice to someone going for an interview or starting his or her first day on a job. Many people go to great lengths to make this happen, such as participants in the show, Extreme Makeover. The makeovers usually dont focus on feet, but […]

Bunion Pain on Race Day

Called, The best way to brighten your life, the Color Me Rad 5K is coming to Houston, TX, and you will not want to miss out on this one. Runners start decked all in white, but as the race starts off with color bombs and cannons, you will immediately find yourself in a different world. […]

A Green Toenail is Not Great for St. Patrick’s Day

A fungal toenail can be unsightly and embarrassing as your toenail turns different shades of colors. Green is a color particularly associated with St. Patricks Day, but it is definitely not a color that you want to see on your toenails, thats for sure. St. Patricks Day, originally a Roman Catholic holiday that celebrates Irelands […]

Diabetes and Foot Ulcers: Preventing A Serious Problem

It wont be too long before white stuff is covering the ground and we can see our breath in the air. If you have made a snowman before, you know that when you just keep rolling a small snowball around, it will get bigger and bigger. We use the term snowball effect as a way […]