Having cold feet is an expression whose meaning has come to be associated with fear or a lack of confidence to face a certain situation, say performing in public, or asking the boss for a raise.
Achilles was a mythological demigod whose demise came in the form of an arrow that struck him squarely in his heel.
People demand a lot from their feet, which are tasked with taking hundreds to thousands of strides every day, running long distances, and traveling up and down hills and stairs.
Of the more than two-dozen bones in the foot, the heel bone is the largest.
Out of the 34. 2 Americans who have diabetes, approximately 15 percent of them will develop ulcers (open sores or wounds) on the soles of their feet.
You’re experiencing a stabbing pain on the bottom of the foot, extending from the heel all the way to the toes.
Are you experiencing pain when you are walking, running or even when standing for long periods of time? Does one or both of your feet feel unusually fatigued after periods of activity?
Our ankles are vital keys to our mobility, allowing us to make the most basic movements.
Take a look at your toenails. Are they growing straight out in a nice, clean line?
You may think that feet are as uncomplicated as you can get regarding the human body. People talk about flat feet, bunions, etc. but the list is not very long.