Thursday, March 16, 2006

Facts, facts, who needs facts?

Women everywhere in general and Carrie Bradshaw-channeling women in particular, don't like to be bothered with the unpleasant side of the high-heel wearing coin. I mean, it's enough that they have to endure the excruciating pain in the ball of the foot (metatarsalgia); why should they also have to be reminded of blisters, corns and calluses, arch pain, heel pain, ingrown toenails, bunions, hammer toes, Morton's neuroma, shortening of calf muscles and tendons, chronic back pain, knee problems, posture problems, and general safety issues?

If one, however, would like to learn more about problems caused by high heels, one can click here or here. Or, for an entertaining survey about the high-heel purchasing and wearing habits in the adult American female population, one could go to High Heel Survey from APMA (American Podriatic Medical Association).

Makes you wonder, doesn't it?

2 Comments:

At 2:25 AM, Blogger boshi said...

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Zoobles and as far as she is concerned, they are the greatest thing out there. They would make a great gift for any child so be sure to get some for the holidays for your little ones.
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At 2:07 PM, Anonymous Milo said...

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