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How to Wear Sneakers At Work

Wearing sneakers to work is not appropriate for all office environments — yes, we know. And, we're incredibly fortunate to have a super-cool EIC who loves her sporty kicks just as much as her fancy designer heels, which makes run-of-the-mill trainers a welcome footwear option at R29 HQ... (read more)

Should You Trust Online Doctor Reviews?

You scope Amazon reviews before downloading a book to your Kindle. You wouldn’t dream of checking out a new bar without Yelping it first. But should you use online review sites like Vitals, ZocDoc, or Healthcare Reviews to choose a doctor?... (read more)

How To Read Nutrition Labels

When I wrote about healthier ways to shop for groceries, I suggested that readers learn how to decipher a food label. It's a crucial skill that can help you make better choices for you and your family... (read more)

4 Breakfast Foods To Avoid

Here at Healthy Living, we're big fans of breakfast. After all, a well-balanced morning meal can improve cholesterol levels, boost memory and keep you leaner... (read more)



Q: Guidance For Chronic Fatigue Syndrome -  I've had chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) for eight years and I was recently recovering. I started walking around the house. Around the garden, Around the park, the block, the suburb, around mountains, up mountains, built up to 30km, and all was awesome. I found a love of hiking. I went the gym, and all was great! With no indication of a foot problem, one evening after dinner (24 Dec) I went to stand up and I had this tremendous pain throughout my foot. It was so severe the slightest movement would lance an agonizing pain through my foot and ankle. It was so bad I splinted it so it wouldn't move. I couldn't put any pressure on it. The foot looked normal other than a very slight fleshy swelling under the ankle... (read more)

Q: Big Toe Pain - I have had regular discomfort and pain in my large toe for many years (approx 8-9 years) and in the early days i only really noticed it when i wore heals or bent my toe back whilst standing (i have not worn heals continuously for around 10 years). Over the last 4 months i have noticed that my toe is hurting even when sitting. It starts from the big toe and through the top of the foot (only in straight line from big toe) - i have no idea but i would say the tendon? Its only in the right toe. It is becoming stiffer and hurts when moved - a dull sort of pain rather than sharp one. There is no swelling. Ordinarily, i would not question it but Mum has rheumatoid arthritis and it started in her feet, so just want to eliminate this. I do not have pain anywhere else. ... (read more)

Q: Foot Pain, MRI Results Included - About 1 year ago my feet took a betting during an assault where I was in bare feet on hard pavement. My feet were bruised and cut, I had a displaced fracture of my left pinky toe, and it was painful to walk on either feet for ~ 2-3 weeks. Since then, I've had a number of problems with my feet: 1. Standing is exceptionally painful. I feel pain in my heel, forward arch and the ball of my foot. It feels like I'm standing directly on the bone. 2. Occasionally I get stinging / zapping sensations in the very tips of my toes. 3..... (read more)



The average person will walk around 115,000 miles in a life time, that's more than four times around the earth!. (More...)

Disclaimer: The information provided in this Newsletter is for informational purposes only and is not a substitute for professional medical advice. This Newsletter is not intended to replace the services of a physician, podiatrist or other health care provider, nor does it constitute a doctor-patient relationship. You should not use the information in this Newsletter for diagnosing or treating any medical or health condition. If you have or suspect you have an urgent medical problem, promptly contact your professional healthcare provider.
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