Skinny jeans and high heels are not going to kill you, experts say

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Here we go again, a new study claims skinny jeans, high heels and purses are very harmful. But other experts say that’s “complete scaremongering”. The original poll came from the British Chiropractic Association (BCA) which wanted to find the five … Continued

You won’t believe the easy solution scientists have found to prevent blisters from high heels

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After years of household tips on how to prevent blisters from high heels, scientists have now found a solution. You won’t believe how simple it is. They say sometimes the simplest things in life are the ones that mean the … Continued

Five health reasons why you shouldn’t wear high heels for long

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Millions of women all over the world love high heels. But if you have some of the following health issues, then you should avoid these shoes for a while. High heels are often said they cause a lot of foot-related … Continued

High heels are not always the cause of osteoarthritis, says podiatrist

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High heels are often blamed for osteoarthritis, but according to a podiatrist specialist, the shoes are not always the culprit. There is much more to it. The topic on high heels and health once again came to light after Victoria … Continued

Surprise! High heels can be healthy…up to a point

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In a question of who to believe anymore, after all the hate and health warnings about high heels, now specialists say they can be healthy if you don’t overdo it. A report in the International Journal of Clinical Practice details a … Continued

Wearing high heels for too long can aid the development of Motron’s neuroma

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We know, we know, you love high heels. We do too. But if you wear them ALL the time, you can bring in some problems, especially at older age. Like Morton’s neuroma for example. A new research from the Health and … Continued