| Oct 27, 2010
Be it boots, wedges or platforms, there is no question high heels can add sex appeal to an outfit and a woman.
"You feel sexier. You're more confident. It makes your legs look better. It makes you look skinnier" Lauren Armstrong said.
But are the inches...
| Mar 30, 2011
| 12:15 PM
At a time when you can receive a flu shot, eye glasses and wart removal during a quick trip to the drugstore, it's no surprise that you can now get a pair of orthotics too.
Orthotics kiosks are popping up at pharmacies throughout the country —...
| Sep 14, 2011
With kids hitting the field for soccer, football and other fall sports, parents may want to take notice of their feet.
Problem arches may hold the clue to leg pain, feeling overly tired after practice, inefficient gait or other problems that could...
| Jul 27, 2011
A nagging health problem persisted once again for McKenzie Paul. The injury arose for the second time in nearly six months.
Paul encountered the pain from a tendon in her right foot last fall while competing for the Burbank High girls' cross-country...
| Jul 28, 2011
| 10:49 AM
Advanced Chiropractic, Foot & Ankle Care of Waynesboro recently provided free evaluations and treatment recommendations for athletes of the Pennsylvania Special Olympics Summer Games held June 9 to 11 at Penn State University in State College.
| Feb 21, 2012
| 10:10 PM
With 2:02 remaining in Tuesday’s game against Virginia Tech, Jontel Evans became the first Virginia player to foul out this season. Thirty seconds later, Sammy Zeglinski was disqualified on fouls.
Losing your primary ballhandlers in the waning...
| Feb 4, 2012
| 3:45 PM
Walking through the Sparr Heights Community Center in Glendale on Thursday, Jay Fragoso was interrupted mid-stride.
“Jumping Jay,” a guest called out, beckoning him over for a handshake.
It is an appropriate moniker for a man who, at 72,...
| Jan 18, 2012
| 11:36 AM
Intensity, not the amount of time spent sweating, is what makes a good workout, according to Mark Hatmaker.
A combat sports trainer for 25 years and author of eight boxing books, Hatmaker suggests short, exhausting workouts.
"The best research for...
| Jun 7, 2006
I had barely kicked it into third and was minding my own business when it happened the first time. A low-slung sport sedan was pacing me two lanes to the left, and the driver's eyes, which at that speed should have been stuck to the road, were instead...
| Jun 27, 2007
IN RETURN FOR cooperation in the war on terror since 9/11, the United States has provided Pakistan's military ruler, Gen. Pervez Musharraf, with billions of dollars in aid and almost total support in his quest to remain president — until recently....
| Sep 24, 2008
A WICKED sculpture at the entrance to the retrospective exhibition of Martin Kippenberger's work at the Museum of Contemporary Art crystallizes the manic tone that made the German-born Conceptual artist such an influential force, beginning in the 1980s....
| Jun 30, 2008
The product: The human spine is an amazing piece of equipment: On request, it can sway gracefully or withstand thousands of pounds of force. But that versatility comes with a price. At some point, just about everyone suffers significant back pain, and...