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5 Ways to Power Shop in Comfort

Shopping bags and comfortable shoes
If you like to hit the big sales at the mall, venture out to outlets or explore antiques for hours, do your feet a favor and keep them happy along the way. 1. Complete some pre-shopping foot work. Before you head out, make sure your feet are healthy. This means good toenail grooming,
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Selecting Socks for Those with Diabetes

Image of a diabetic sock
Most likely, your mind is not on your socks, even while you’re putting them on. But when you have diabetes, the right socks can be one of your best protectors from painful foot problems. Sock Shopping Checklist Choosing the right socks is particularly important if you have neuropathy
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The Truth about Breaking in New Shoes

Image of a pair of new running shoes in their box.
Breaking in shoes is the usually painful process of getting a new pair of shoes to fit your feet. Without a break-in period, many shoes can cause blisters, corns and calluses. But how much time should it take for your shoes and your feet to get along? The short answer is none. Properl
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Blisters: Are Socks the Solution?

Photo of three socks that can be used to help prevent blisters
Nothing ruins a good walk like a blister. Blisters are fluid filled sores often caused by friction. While there are many ways to get a blister, these painful, sores can pop up anywhere your skin is rubbed repeatedly. The good news is that you can say goodbye to friction blisters if yo
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How to Prevent Blisters?

Photo of a pair of women's feet that have blisters from wearing ill-fitting shoes
At its simplest, you can describe an ordinary foot blister as a spot of repeated friction, moisture and heat that has created a wound.  This means you’ll find your ounce of prevention in a multi-pronged attack against all three factors. Stare Frankly at the Naked (Foot) Truth When the
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