Monthly Archives: August 2013

Cheap Flip-Flops Put Tendons, Toes, and Ligaments in Danger

Experts are warning users of flip-flops to “flip-flop” your choice of footwear, before your feet experience the ugly side of pain. “Everything in your body starts with how you strike your heel to the ground,” said Bob Thompson, executive director … Continue reading

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Charitable Drive Walks by Faith by Serving Their Fellow Man

Lauren Smith of Auburn strives to give back to her community. For the past few months, Smith has been organizing the Walking by Faith Shoes Drive with her church, which has participated in clothing drives in the past. Smith alongside … Continue reading

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Study Shows Ankle Injuries are Highest among Competitive Sports

According to Jane Brody of The New York Times, an estimated 28,000 ankle injuries occur daily in the United States, through sporting activities; including jogging on uneven surfaces. Experts have always warned users of hazardous shoes or getting back into … Continue reading

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Athlete’s Foot Becomes Common Condition in Warm Locations

Athlete’s foot is an annoyance and not something that is a pleasure to experience. Yet, if you are a resident of a warmer location like Florida, California, or Arizona to name a few, you might be more susceptible to athlete’s … Continue reading

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Victim of Boston Marathon Begins Therapy to Walk Again

Hairdresser Celeste Corcoran began taking her very first steps in her new prosthetic legs. Corcoran is one of sixteen victims who tragically lost her limbs in the Boston Marathon bombing. Corcoran was excited after seeing a fellow amputee sport lifelike … Continue reading

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