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When the big toe becomes a big problem

The big toe joint. Also known as the first metatarsophalangeal joint, or MTPJ. It's not something most of us ever really think about. However, if you're someone who suffers from knee pain, hip pain, lower back pain or tight calf muscles, maybe you should be paying a little...

source: By Heidi Dawson
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Jonathan Beverly writes: Runners can be divided between those who love the track and those who hate it. For much of my life, I was in the latter group. The track is a celebration of speed and athleticism, and I, like many others who end up as distance runners, was never...

source: Running Times

Ultrarunners Rob Krar, Karl Hoagland and Caroline Boller will be featured in a new film titled “This Is Your Day” produced by USL.TV. The 52-minute documentary follows the three athletes in their final preparations before this year’s Western States 100,...

source: Competitor

Can exercise that is intense also be fun? Researchers in Denmark recently began delving into that issue and in the process developed a new approach to intense interval training that could appeal even to those of us who, until now, have been disinclined to push ourselves...

source: The New York Times

Recently, Finland’s Ashprihanal Aalto, 44, won the world’s longest certified footrace in the fastest time in the event's history. Aalto completed the Self-Transcendence 3,100-Mile Race, in Jamaica, Queens, in 40 days, nine hours, six minutes, and 21 seconds,...

source: Runner's World

When we think about the main things that keep us healthy, like nutrition, sleep and exercise, it's easy to envision them as parallel highways, with what we do in one lane having little effect on another. But as scientists continue learning about the complex biological processes...

source: The Huffington Post

You've heard for years that the French and Japanese are much thinner than Americans because their diets are so much better than ours. A new mathematical model assesses why that is and how much thinner Americans could be if they changed...

source: The Washington Post

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