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Health and Living in a Walkable Town

By Dr. Paula Bloom I’ve been getting a lot of comments about my weight loss lately. It’s a strange thing. On one hand, it feels good to have people notice all my hard work, but on the other hand, it means that they all noticed how heavy I was. This makes me feel a little vulnerable. W
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Birthdays: Our Own Personal New Year’s Eve

By Dr. Paula Bloom I celebrated my 39th birthday this week. It started out as a typical day. Get the kids up, make them breakfast and get them to school.  I decided to take the day off from seeing clients. I may make this an annual thing. It was wonderful to have a few hours on my bir
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Walk the Walk!

By Meghan Cass How often do you walk instead of driving your car? Can you walk to your grocery store? Your children’s school? To work? We all know that walking is one of the best ways to stay healthy and fit and theoretically, it should be one of the easiest. But not everyone’s commun
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Shoe Obsession: The Orthaheel Tide

By Meghan Cass If there’s one summer sandal FootSmart women can’t live without it’s the Orthaheel Tide. The chic, casual style created by Australian podiatrist Phil Vasyli has revolutionized the flip-flop conundrum. You know how it is:  you want to slip on those flat rubber cheapies t
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Shoes for Problem Feet: Heel Pain

Q: Help! I suffer from plantar fasciitis, which causes lots of heel pain, and it’s very challenging to find shoes that don’t make the pain worse. Can you recommend any shoes that would be comfortable with this condition? A: You’ve come to the right place! If there is one thing we unde
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