One minute all is going well and the next you’ve gone and twisted your ankle. It’s as quick as one false step off a curb, one crash landing on the football field, or one off-kilter bounce off a trampoline.
You notice some soreness in your foot. It’s minor-league annoying. But it doesn’t go away. It begins to interfere with your workouts and daily activities.
When it comes to your health, it turns out that the little things can add up to a lot. The American Heart Association says that there are 7 little changes you can make to reduce your risk of disease and live a longer, healthier life.
Most babies are born without any foot problems whatsoever. They learn to walk in their own time somewhere around their first birthday.