Monthly Archives: July 2012

No one has been able to help me!

Anyone who has worked in the health profession for any length of time has heard this. When I was younger the answer to the question “Can you help me?” would have been emphatic “yes!” Now that I have been in … Continue reading

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Is There a Shoe Gene?

The nature versus nurture argument has been going on for a long time, but when my two daughters were little they were convinced that most human behavior was controlled by genes. If you didn’t like a certain food or were … Continue reading

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Secrets for Choosing Flip-Flops That Look and Feel Great!

(ARA) – Let’s face it – flip-flops are mainstream, and not just because they’re stylish, easy-to-wear and cooler when the weather warms. For many of us, flip-flops are the equivalent of comfort-food for the sole. Slip into those comfy, light, … Continue reading

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The Best Foot File – EVER!

Winston Churchill once said, “I am easily satisfied with the very best.” If Winston Churchill was alive today and wore sandals he would probably have heel calluses like the rest of us. And he would love this file! I discovered … Continue reading

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I Love X-Rays!

And not just x-rays, I also love ultrasound images.  Modern imaging of the body is like a secret window into our bodies. It’s fast, easy, and painless. For someone like me who is trying to figure out a problem with … Continue reading

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