Little evidence for risks, or benefits, of habitual barefootedness

NEW YORK – Studies on the long-term effects of habitual barefoot walking or running are scarce, and there is only limited evidence for more foot problems and no evidence for higher injury rates among people who are often barefoot, according to a new review.“Having the huge ‘barefoot debate,’ in mind, we expected more evidence on … Continue reading Little evidence for risks, or benefits, of habitual barefootedness