Have you ever been walking behind someone you wanted to pass, but couldn't because they wandered all over the side walk? Learn why this happens...
After a session on a treadmill you might have noticed that when you get off the machine you feel like you are walking much faster than you really are.
How come someone with crutches outpace an uninjured person?
You may have noticed how often you spill a drink on yourself while walking. Walking is a very complex process and is not as smooth as it looks.
Why do we swing our arms while walking? Scientists are researching how we walk.
Have you ever found yourself caught out in a sudden rainstorm? What's the best way to get to shelter? Find out on this Moment of Science.
Astronauts and people on bed rest can experience gradual bone loss that increases their risk of fracturing a bone. Here's why.
Yet just as horses can cause paralyzing injuries, they can also help people learn to walk again through a form of physical rehabilitation called hippotherapy.
Who can walk faster, a ballet dancer whose leg muscles are extremely fit, or a couch potato whose legs are soft and flabby?
Ever wonder why it's so hard to carry open beverages without spilling anything?