Monthly Archives: December 2013

Gout Condition Tends to Occur Within Family Clusters

According to the University of Nottingham in England, gout clusters within families, with an increased risk for individuals who have close relatives affected with the condition. The research indicates individuals who have affected first-degree relatives such as parents, siblings or … Continue reading

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Innovative Shoe Designed to Improve Running Technique

Scientists from the Fraunhofer Institute for Photonic Microsystems (IPMS) in Germany designed a shoe that might help improve a jogger’s technique. Running has become more popular, and so does the injuries and joint complaints that come with them, according to … Continue reading

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Free Masons Run Charitable Children’s Shoes Drive

Alabama Free Masons partnered with other charitable organizations last week to organize their annual drive to donate shoes to children in foster homes. Around 100 children were measured for new footwear. “Some of our families, they have six to eight … Continue reading

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70-year-old Marathon Runner Retires due to Low Extremity Issues

Prolific marathon runner Bill Fornoff has announced that he will be officially retired from running starting Thanksgiving Day. Fornoff, 70, has been running for 37 years. He is scheduled to have surgery to replace his right knee soon, and has … Continue reading

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