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Video Video Video In-toeing is the term that pediatricians use to describe feet that naturally turn inward (big toe toward big toe)...Conversely, out-toeing refers to feet that tend to turn outward, or what I like to call penguin-toed. Your doctor
Anthropologists unearthed the skull at a site in Dmanisi, a small town in southern Georgia, where other remains of human ancestors , simple stone tools and long-extinct animals have been dated to 1.8m years old. Experts believe the skull is one of
The discovery of a 1.8-million-year-old skull is giving researchers new insights into early human evolution. The fossil was found buried under a medieval village in Georgia and is the most complete pre-human skull uncovered. Along with partial
Current understanding of the evolution of human walking is based on research from the 1930s, which proposes that human feet function very differently to those of other apes, due to the development of arches in the mid-foot region and the supposed
The idea before was that if this arch wasn't stiff, it probably required treatment," he tells Shots. "But based on what we found, I don't think that's true." The study was published Tuesday in the British journal Proceedings of the Royal Society B.
Three summer shoe styles that are bad for your feet Flip-flops, wedges and ballerina flats might be popular, but they're hurting your feet, experts say. Dainty ballerina flats and flip-flops offer no arch support and wedges can upset the biomechanics
New analysis of early human teeth from extinct fossils, has found that they expanded their diets about 3.5 million years ago to include grasses and possibly animals...Researchers analysed fossilised tooth enamel of 11 species of hominins and other
Ape-like feet 'found in study of museum visitors' Science reporter, BBC News Bonobos have bendy feet to help them grip branches Scientists have discovered that about one in thirteen people have flexible ape-like feet. A team studied the feet of 398
For over a year, people visiting the Boston Museum of Science took off their shoes for science. Visitors strutted their stuff on a 20-foot-long mechanized gait carpet and a special plate that measured various characteristics of how their feet landed
Nature's Mysteries Published April 19, 2013 Discovery News A mysterious and potentially grisly find by two young boys in a wooded area has police and residents of Quincy, Mass., baffled. According to the Patriot Ledger newspaper , On March 29, Sgt.