Diabetic foot ulcers are associated with higher risk of early death. Read the article.
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People who spend long hours standing at work take steps to ensure their feet stay healthy, including wearing comfortable, supportive shoes. Even people who sit in offices all day can benefit from the right footwear.
Here's 9 great rules to follow when you go shoe shopping. Just click the picture below.
Podiatrists look for links between ill-fitting shoes and injuries. Click the runners below.
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Shoes that are either too small or too large can cause injuries. Click here to read the article.
If you love wearing heels, read this article. Just click the picture below.
Size yourself up. Have your feet measured every few years―especially after a pregnancy or if your weight has changed. Don’t just routinely buy the size you’ve always worn, because wearing shoes that are too small can exacerbate foot problems, like bunions, corns, and hammertoes. Change your shoes. You shouldn’t wear the same heel height every [...]
Athlete's foot is a common fungal infection that's often acquired in public showers or locker rooms. The American Podiatric Medical Association offers these preventive tips: Carefully wash your feet each day with soap and water. Then thoroughly dry the feet, especially between the toes. In public facilities, always wear a pair of bathing shoes. Before [...]