What is Your Shoe Telling You?

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“Reading” the wear and tear of your shoe can give you valuable information. It can offer clues on how you walk, your current foot problems, and even how you may be able to prevent future injuries. First, grab a few pairs of shoes you wear often and let’s start at the top. Do you see?
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Foot Care Tips for Your Age: 20s to 60s

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From the time you learn to walk, your quality of life depends upon your feet. Standing and walking lets you be self-sufficient. Yet, many of us take our feet for granted. US adults don’t give the same priority to caring for their feet as they do for their heart, eyes, teeth or skin, e
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10 Tips to Prevent Foot Pain

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When your feet hurt, you feel it all over. But there’s so much you can do to avoid the pain or help relieve it. Start with these 10 tips to feel better on your feet. Thwart Toe Trouble Give them room. Whether you’re buying dress shoes, walking shoes or sandals, pick a wide, deep toe b
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Toes Need a Workout, Too

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Who knew your toes needed a workout? Painful, stiff toes are no joke, and exercising to keep them flexible and feeling good isn’t, either. Whether you’re a power walker, a weekend dancer or just an everyday shoe wearer, your toes will thank you for taking time to give them a tone up.
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3 Secrets to Dress Shoe Comfort

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Dress shoes can feel practical, too, once you know these secrets for buying them, wearing them and even personalizing them. Secret #1: Buy Shoes You Want to Keep On Use this dress-shoe checklist to find stylish shoes that you won’t mind keeping on your feet—especially if you expect to
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