Bunion News

Beyonce is still pregnant, may develop bunions

The reigning queen of pop music was spotted on New Year's Eve wearing obscenely high heels.  People Magazine recently reported that singer Beyonce and her rapper husband Jay-Z were out on the town the evening of Jan. 31, dining on fried delicacies before heading to Solange Knowles' New Year's Eve bash. All looked well and peaceful wit... Read more...



Chely Wright undergoes painful bunion surgery

A country music singer recently took to Twitter to vent about her foot operations.  Country singer Chely Wright underwent surgery in December in order to correct a number of foot conditions, including a bunion and Morton's neuroma, which is an enlarged nerve in the toe. Wright spoke out about the operations on Twitter, explaining that it ... Read more...



Biodegradable shoes may be boon or bust for the bunioned

The Daily Mail recently featured an article on cheap, biodegradable running shoes.  If the idea of barefoot running appeals to you but makes you cringe when thinking about the bacteria on the ground, there may be a solution for you. The Daily Mail recently published an article on a pair of shoes by One Moment that are just 2 millim... Read more...



High heels, aging population make foot treatments among predicted top trends for 2012

The 2012 Spa Trend Report reveals that foot-soothing may be big next year. The combination of the aging baby boomer population and the popularity of sky-high shoes may lead to a rise in foot treatments at spas next year, according to a Reuters reports. Online guide SpaFinder recently revealed its predictions of the top 10 spa trends of... Read more...



Shopping smart for high heels may prevent bunions

There's more to shoe shopping than seeking out pretty styles. An article in MonstersAndCritics.com details advice from a fashion consultant on buying a comfortable, well-fitted pair of high heels, which is especially important for individuals with bunions. Expert Anna Bingemer-Lehr told the news source that a sure sign that a woman ... Read more...



Ice skating may lead to bunions

It's a favorite winter pastime, but it could exacerbate foot conditions.  Skating rinks and frozen ponds abound in the winter, as people brave the cold to participate in the classic winter activity that is ice skating. However, there may be a hidden danger in this sport, and it's not just thin ice. We're talking about bunions. The... Read more...