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Contains footage from a Dec, 2016 super moon. We then slowed it down 8X, zoomed in, and amplified the red spectrum. The end result seems to be every evil image used for him. This is the god of the politicians and elite, as they are given power here instantly to satisfy theire lust for power and desire. BUT, the day has arrived to pay the piper, as everything MUST balance out in the end. So....from obama to queen elizabeth..., enjoy those Antarctic(buzz aldren) bunkers, as they will become eventual tombs..... 0__8 Understand that evil has NOTHING but fear and illusion: They are so unsettling to look at because they wear the reflection of their soul on the outside so we who can see will recognize, although this ugly m-ff'er would be pretty hard to miss. Understand that fear is all they have, and they fall like domino's....
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Power Rangers Megaforce review. http://www.ClassicGameRoom.com Shop CGR shirts & mugs! http://www.CGRstore.com Classic Game Room presents a CGR Undertow review of Power Rangers Megaforce for the Nintendo 3DS developed by Aspect Digital and Digital Works and published by Namco Bandai. The current iteration of the long-running Power Rangers series makes its way to the Nintendo 3DS with Power Rangers Megaforce! This is a side-scrolling beat ‘em up game featuring the entire spectrum of Power Rangers. They’re spectrum because they wear colors! Battle hordes of enemies, take on bosses and use special power cards to turn the tides against your foes. During gameplay, the other Power Rangers will also offer advice on where to go and what to do next. Each copy of Power Rangers Megaforce comes with an exclusive trading card that can be scanned and used in the game. Trade with your friends and collect them all! It’s like Pokémon, but with more ninjitsu! Power Rangers Megaforce is a single-player game released exclusively for the Nintendo 3DS. This video review features video gameplay footage of Power Rangers Megaforce for the Nintendo 3DS and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Derek.
19 Dec 2013
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Why do they wear those highly reflective and noticeable masks again?
14 Nov 2013
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Visit http://www.InsideTheMagic.net for more from Halloween Horror Nights 2012 at Universal Studios Hollywood! Some of the most unique elements of Halloween Horror Nights in Universal Studios Hollywood are the themed go-go dancers near the front of the park, flanking the entrance area. Each year, they wear a different themed outfit, matching some element of the event. For 2012, they are dressed as creepy clowns, tied to the Clownz scare zone down the path, drawing guests into the scares that await just beyond them. Video shot by Vince Masciale, edited by Ricky Brigante.
2 Jun 2013
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New videos every Sunday at VidPicks.Net VLOG 72: Women Deserve Rape! - youtube.com/watch?v=OLipPdLy2bA A student on a college campus in Arizona has been picketing with a sign stating that women deserve rape if they wear "provacative clothing." I've heard some stupid shit in m life but this one take the damn cake! Quick and Simple Life Hacks - Part 1 - youtube.com/watch?v=AclA-7YntvE A list of awesome & easy tips and tricks you may have never thought of. This video covers the following topics: 1) Make your own DIY Stylus 2) Garbage Bag Storage 3) Unsealing an envelope 4) Natural bug Repellent 5) Freshen up a dish pad 6) Automatic Toilet Cleaner Open Letter to the President: Physics Education - youtube.com/watch?v=BGL22PTIOAM Minutephysics explains how we’re lagging behind in our physics education, with an open letter to the president. Contacts: Facebook - facebook.com/VidPicks Twitter - twitter.com/ZeniaWilson Website - VidPicks.Net
22 May 2013
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Hearing Aids Toronto Or Thornhill Call 905-660-6228 Hear After Hearing Clinics http://www.hearafter.ca/ Toronto Location (Thornhill) 800 Steeles Avenue W. Thornhill/North York, Ontario L4J 7L2 Northwest corner next to Second Cup torontohearafter.ca According to Hearing Aids Toronto, hearing problems comes about gradually with time. Often it starts off with decrease of especially high frequencies and you might not actually recognize it. Especially persons that live alone oftentimes do not understand that they hear badly. Sometimes they have the TV as well as radio broadcast so high in volume that the rooms wobble and the friends and neighbors make a complaint. When they are basically no longer heed dialogues, these people distance themselves because they can?t indulge in the dialog. All of us at Hearing Aids Toronto advise to get your hearing examined as quickly as possible and then to wear a assistive hearing aid device. Since people who listen to very long time badly, may lead seniors especially right into a depressive disorder along with social isolation. In the hearing-healthy people, the brain recognizes that background disturbance which include disturbance contain not any essential information. Therefore, your brain practically filters out these kinds of noise. Even though the noise traffic is acoustically documented, the human brain decides, nonetheless, that the background noise is not necessarily important and for that reason it is actually scarcely noticed as per aids hearing Toronto. Yet another example: When a person end up in the dark through a woodland, in which you can?t see very well, the mind increases your hearing perception in order to record just about any small sound. Nonetheless while in the daytime going by means of the exact same woodland, the acoustic information from the natural environment performs a subordinate function, simply because we can find our way and also any kind of perils. Your brain is aware that hearing is definitely of less or minimal relevance and perceives forest noises proportionately less as per hearing aids Thornhill. When it comes to the following rationale, assistive hearing aid device beginners are usually usually inflamed after they wear their hearing aids because they perceive unimportant noise in full volume level. It is an correction they need to bring about and re-learn. You need to slowly but surely conform to the restored hearing experience. At Hearing Aids Thornhill we're going to assist you. Contemporary assistive hearing aid devices are really compact you can seldom know they even there without having to take a closer inspection. Hearing aids can be a completely natural treatment for more and more people, to actively participate in the life. The sooner you determine to see Hearing Aids Thornhill, the sooner you will take pleasure in the many great sounds of living, Toronto hearing aids is devoted to assist anyone with hearing loss. Just call for a scheduled appointment at Hearing Aids Toronto. We're pros in audiology and assistive hearing device exams and appliances. We offer simply the very best assistive hearing aid devices available today at hearing aids Toronto. Our aim is generally to supply you with high quality hearing care to you. We will find the most beneficial answer to all aspects of your hearing desires via solutions which include: Hearing Assessments; Assistive Hearing Aid Evaluations; Prescription assistance; and Assistive Hearing Aid Fittings and Follow-ups. We understand hearing impairment and we will make everything possible to help you in maximizing your hearing capability. Our friendly and professional staff typically is always available to assist you and answer practically all your questions. We work with most important government and personal assistive hearing aid coverage suppliers. Call for a consultation today at our contact number outlined here or click on the connection to our web site down below inside video description. We look forward to becoming your hearing diagnosis and hearing aid professional at hearing aids Toronto and aids hearing Toronto. hearing aids Toronto hearing aids in Thornhill aids hearing Toronto aids hearing in Thornhill hearing aids Thornhill hearing aids in Toronto aids hearing Toronto aids hearing in Thornhill http://youtu.be/HRGiqtxgiZg Hearing Aids Toronto Or Thornhill Call 905-660-6228 Hear After Hearing Clinics Hearing Aids Toronto
7 Mar 2013
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Hearing Aids Toronto Call 416-562-8814 Hear After Hearing Clinics http://www.hearafter.ca Hear After Hearing Clinics 1664 Dufferin St. Toronto Ontario M6H 3M1 Hearing loss happens gradually over time. Often it begins with loss of especially high frequencies and you may not even notice it. Many of clients affected, complain they can no longer follow discussions if there are too many noises like being in a restaurant for example, in the public spaces, at railway stations or in larger crowds. Especially people who live alone often do not realize that they hear badly. They often make the TV or the radio so loud that the walls wobble and the neighbors complain. When they are no longer follow conversations, they withdraw because they can't participate in the conversation. Instead of getting their hearing checked, they adapt and many people accept their condition as given and withdraw losing something that all of that can hear take for granted. We at Hearing Aids Toronto advise to get your hearing checked as early as possible and to wear a hearing aid. Because people who listen to long time poorly, can lead the elderly especially into a depression and social isolation. In the hearing-healthy humans, the brain knows that background noise such as noise contain no important information. Therefore, the brain almost filters out such noise. Although the noise traffic is acoustically recorded, the brain decides, however, that the background noise is not important and therefore it is barely noticed. (Brought to you by Aids Hearing Toronto) Another example: If you go in the dark through a forest, where you can't see well, the brain heightens the hearing sense to capture any slight noise. But during the day going through the same forest, the acoustic information of the environment plays a subordinate role, because we can see our way and any dangers. The brain knows that hearing is of less or minor importance and perceives forest noises proportionately less. People who are hard of hearing, causes this differentiation capacity of the brain to function improperly. The brain forgets how to distinguish, because it no longer is capable to make the differentiation between important and unimportant information of sound. (Brought to you by Aids Hearing Toronto) For this reason, hearing aid beginners are often irritated when they wear their hearing aids because they perceive unimportant noise in full volume. It is an adjustment they must make and re-learn. You must gradually adapt to the recovered listening experience. At Hearing Aids Toronto we will guide you. Hearing loss has become a widespread disease and many young adults will lose their hearing at a very young age due to the loud music they listen to. Once the hearing is lost, It will not return again naturally without help from Toronto Hearing Aids. Modern hearing aids are so small that you can hardly tell they even there without taking a closer look. Hearing aids are a completely natural remedy for more and more people, to actively participate in the life. The sooner you decide to see Hearing Aids Toronto, the sooner you will enjoy all the wonderful sounds of life, Hearing Aids Toronto is committed to help all people with hearing loss. Just call for an appointment at Hearing Aids in Toronto. We are experts in audiology and hearing aid assessments and fittings. We provide only the best hearing aids on the market today at hearing aids Toronto. Our goal is to offer quality hearing care to you. We will find the best solution to all aspects of your hearing needs via services such as: Hearing Assessments; Hearing Aid Evaluations; Prescription services; and Hearing Aid Fittings and Follow-ups at hearing aids Toronto. We understand hearing loss and we will do everything possible to help you in maximizing your hearing capability. Our friendly and knowledgeable staff is always available to help you and answer all your questions. We work with most major government and private hearing aid coverage providers. Call for an appointment today at our telephone number listed here or click on the link to our website below in the video description. We look forward to being your hearing assessment and hearing aid provider at hearing aids Toronto and aids hearing Toronto. hearing aids Toronto Toronto hearing aids hearing aids in Toronto Toronto aids hearing aids hearing Toronto aids hearing in Toronto hearing aids Toronto Ontario aids hearing Toronto Ontario http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u95gIe... Hearing Aids Toronto Call 416-562-8814 Hear After Hearing
6 Mar 2013
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http://wwwveinwear.com can’t help judging other people by the shoes they wear. But a new study shows that we’re likely to judge correctly. We can accurately guess a person’s age and income from their footwear – and amazingly whether they would be a needy girlfriend or boyfriend.
13 Jul 2012
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If you're a man who has quality taste, you are probably are using custom shoes today. That's because this type of footwear is the usual choice of men who cannot afford to settle with what every body else has. They are the choice of people who want to stand out and those who already have an established standard when it comes to choosing what they wear. Read on to discover why customised shoes should be your choice as well.
16 May 2012
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Women's Foot Health - Podiatrist, foot Doctor of Podiatric Medicine, Foot Specialist, Toronto, ON Podiatrist Sheldon Nadal discusses the Women’s Foot Health and Foot Problems http://www.footcare.net The best shoe for women's feet is a walking shoe with laces (not a slip-on), a composition sole, and a relatively wider heel with a rigid and padded heel counter, no more than three-quarters of an inch in height. Some women inflict punishment on their feet from improper footwear that can bring about unnecessary foot problems. Some of the problems result from high-heeled shoes (generally defined as pumps with heels of more than two inches). A study conducted by the American Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Society found that: • Nine out of 10 women wear shoes that are too small for their feet. • Eight out of 10 women say their shoes are painful. • More than 7 out of 10 women have developed a bunion, hammertoe, or other painful foot deformity. • Women are nine times more likely to develop a foot problem because of improper fitting shoes than a man. • Nine out of 10 women's foot deformities can be attributed to tight shoes. High-heeled, pointed-toe shoes can cause numerous orthopedic problems, leading to discomfort or injury to the toes, ankles, knees, calves, and back. Many high-heeled-shoes also have a pointed, narrow toe box that crowds the toes and forces them into an unnatural triangular shape. These shoes distribute the body's weight unevenly, placing excess stress on the ball of the foot and on the forefoot. This uneven distribution of weight, coupled with the narrow toe box characteristic of most high heels, can lead to discomfort, bunions, hammertoes, and other deformities. The height of the heel makes a dramatic difference in the pressure that occurs on the bottom of the foot. As heel height increases, the pressure under the ball of the foot may double, placing greater pressure on the forefoot as it is forced into the pointed toe box. To relieve the abusive effects of high heels, women should limit the amount of time they wear them and alternate these shoes with good quality sneakers or flats for part of the day. Look for comfortable and attractive walking pumps for work and social activities, that blend fashion appeal with athletic shoe-derived construction, reinforced heels, and wider toe room for greater comfort. Low-heeled shoes (one inch or lower) with a wide toe box are the ideal choice for women. An ample toe box that can accommodate the front part of the foot is as important as the heel in determining fit. Visit our website: http://www.footcare.net Visit our YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fk5rUiJiAHc
19 Mar 2012
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(Image Source: MinistryofTofu.com) BY REGINA WANG ANCHOR CHRISTINA HARTMAN They aren’t models for some of the most expensive names in fashion. Emilio Pucci, Zegna, Louis Vuitton, Hermes, Giorgio Armani. They are China’s top politicians, and some of its wealthiest citizens who are in Beijing wrapping up meetings at the National People’s Congress. It’s often the rich and famous who are chosen to represent their provinces, NPR reports... “In fact, the wealthiest 70 delegates are worth $89 billion. According to Bloomberg News, that's 11 times the net worth of the entire U.S. Congress, plus the U.S. president, his Cabinet and justices of the Supreme Court.” But the Financial Times says, a group of rich delegates is not a good representation of China — and it shows Chinese leaders have failed. “They have pledged to build a fairer, ‘more harmonious’ society, but the wealth gap has steadily widened during their time in office even as economic growth has averaged 10 per cent.” Critics are calling the congress meetings Beijing Fashion Week. The New York Times blog reports the meetings are also causing an angry uproar among Chinese netizens for their delegates’ extravagant tastes. “One snarky and popular blog site, the Ministry of Tofu, said the fashion parade ‘created a backlash among Chinese netizens, who usually show zero tolerance for public display of luxury goods and wealth, and sneer ruthlessly at knockoffs.’” But The Telegraph reports quotes one delegate, Chen Zhishi [pronounced “Chen Gee Shee”] of China’s Economic and Social Council, who responds to the uproar saying... "It is every delegate’s own business what kind of clothes they wear. Wearing formal dress is appropriate for this solemn occasion. But drawing attention to yourself by wearing ostentatious clothes is not appropriate."
16 Mar 2012
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Runner’s Foot Problems - Podiatry Torrance, Redondo Beach, Palos Verdes, California Dr. Robert Anavian discusses the symptoms, causes and treatments for Runner’s Foot Problems. http://www.anavianfootcare.com The Anatomy of a Running Shoe As all runners know, running begins with a good foundation. And where do we find that foundation? At the ground level where the rubber meets the road. In other words, your shoes, the pieces of leather and rubber that separate your feet from the hard concrete of the road. Let's look at the anatomy of a running shoe, and the four sections of the shoe that make it complete. The uppers of the shoe may be made of leather or, for the lighter shoes, a synthetic which is lighter, washable and breathable (to reduce heat from the foot). Another component of the upper is the tongue of the shoe, which should be padded in order to cushion the top of the foot against lace pressure. At the back of the shoe, the ankle collar should also be padded to prevent rubbing and irritation of the Achilles tendon. The outersole of the shoe is the treaded layer which is glued to the bottom of the midsole. It resists wear, provides traction, and absorbs shock. This is probably the most important layer for the street fighter or road runner. The outer sole usually consists of blown rubber, hard carbon rubber, or a combination. The blown rubber is the lightest, but is not durable as pure carbon. The stud or waffle outersoles are excellent for running on soft surfaces such as grass or dirt; they improve traction and stability. On the flip side, the ripple sole is better designed for running on asphalt or concrete surfaces. The heel counter is the inflexible material surrounding the heel. It must be made of a material that is both rigid and durable to support and stabilize the heel. Just look at any old shoes, and you will see the wear and breakdown of the inner heel counter, which, over a period of time, tends to lose its stiffness. That's why an external counter is typically placed between the midsole and the base of the heel counter. You will also see a wedge that adds height to the heel and enhances the shoe's ability to absorb shock and reduce strain. The advantage to the added heel height is that it will shorten the Achilles and Gastrocnemius-soleus muscle, reducing the strain upon those important posterior running structures. The downside is that the higher heel height may feel less stable, causing reduced flexibility in the tendon structure. The midsole is located between the outersole and the upper. Many regard it as the most important part of the running shoe. It provides cushioning and shock absorption while concomitantly controlling excessive foot motion (pronation/supination). The primary materials used in midsoles are ethylene vinyl acetate (EVA) and polyurethane (PU). EVA is a foam that is light and has good to excellent cushioning. The problem is that this material breaks down quickly. In fact, it can break down just sitting in a box in your closet. Compression-molded EVA is one answer, making it harder and more durable. PU is also a foam, usually denser, heavier, and more durable than EVA. PU will stand up longer, but you will give up some of that precious cushioning in return. Most shoes today are cushioned with gel, foam, or other manufacturer-specific materials that are designed within the midsole. This type of cushioning will extend the life of the midsole while simultaneously adding increased stability and shock absorption. This typically is where you will see the greatest quality difference between the various companies shoes and their models. And this is where the technology wars are being waged. Remember, shock absorption is related to how compressible the midsole material can be made. The more the material compresses, the more movement within the shoe is seen. The less the compression of the material, the better the shoe's motion control, but there is a tradeoff in shock absorption. In this case, the shoe may feel harder, and not as soft as the first case scenario. Know Your Foot Type So how important is it to know what type of foot I have, and how I run? Very important! You need to know the basics of running gait and foot types. First, when you run, the heel strikes the ground first, usually on the outside (supination). Next, the foot rolls inward and flattens out along the longitudinal arch-pronation. The foot then resupinates by rolling through the ball and rotating outwards. At this point, the foot becomes a rigid lever as it again prepares to push off the ground. To find a runner who supinates or pronates just the right amount is rare. Typically, most runners, particularly those who become injured with knee pain, Achilles tendonitis, shin splints, I.T.Band, or heel pain, suffer from either excessive pronation or supination. So let's look at those terms again, and how they relate on a runner's gait. Everyone thinks pronation is an evil thing. Wrong! Your foot needs to pronate in order to adapt to uneven surfaces. We all have to pronate to a certain degree. However, excessive pronators whose feet roll inwards too much while running are the runners who develop over-use injuries. The overpronator generally has a flattened type of foot (low arches). You can check this yourself by wetting your feet, and walking on a piece of paper. If you see the whole foot print, including the arch, you can bet you're an overpronator. If you check an old pair of shoes, you will see a wear pattern to the inside of your shoes, particularly around the big toe. Overpronators generally have flexible feet, which creates a very unstable foot. This can lead to many of the overuse injuries previously mentioned. If you are an overpronator, look for a shoe with a lot of motion control, preferably with a board last. A straight-lasted shoe is also recommended for overpronators. What about you supinators? The supinator's feet typically roll outward, both in the heel and in the forefoot. You're the ones with the high arches. If you want to see if this is your foot type, go ahead and wet your feet and walk on a piece of paper. If you only see a wet spot of your heel and the ball of the foot, you know you over supinate. When you look at an old pair of shoes, you will see that they wear excessively on the outside border of the heel, and on the outside of the forefoot near your little toe. You're not in the majority here in this case. Supinators are definitely in the minority compared to pronators. The high-arched, supinators feet are more rigid, and cannot absorb shock as well as an overpronator's feet. Therefore, it stands to reason that with a rigid type of foot the supinator will be subject to more lateral ankle sprains, stress fractures, and pain on the outside of the shin and knee. Supinators should look for a shoe that has better than normal cushioning for added shock absorption, as well as flexibility. Many supinators feel more comfortable with a semi-curved or curved last, due to the shape of their foot. Shopping Tips So what are some tips for selecting a good running shoe? Both the American Running and Fitness Association and the American Academy of Podiatric Sports Medicine make the following recommendations: • Try on both shoes, because your feet may not be the same size and the shoes may not be made symmetrically. Walk and jog around the store for a few minutes; climb stairs, or try jogging on a treadmill if available. • Try on a couple of different models and sizes so you can make a good comparison. Don't rush your selection. • The lacing area and tongue should be padded, especially if you have a bony bump (met-cuneiform) on your instep. • Be sure the sole flexes easily where your foot flexes. Buy shoes with removable insoles so you can modify or replace them with orthotics. • Allow a half-inch in front of your longest toe when you stand up. Fit shoes in the afternoon or after a workout, when your feet are larger. Feet swell as much as a full size during a good workout. • The key to finding the best shoe is comfort, not price or brand name. Don't rely on a break-in period;. Shoes should feel good the day you buy them. • The toe box should allow your toes room to move around. The mid-part of the shoe when laced should hold your foot snugly so that it doesn't slide forward and jam your toes with each step. If the shoe feels tight across your instep, start the laces on the second pair of eyelets. • The heel counter should fit snugly so your heel won't slip and rub. • Check the quality control of the shoes. Put them on a flat surface near eye level. The mid-line of the heel counter should be perpendicular to the surface. • Try on shoes with the socks, inserts, or orthotic devices you plan on wearing. It is always suggested that when looking for a good running shoe, first select a good specialty running shoe store with competent salespeople. They are the ones who know the latest in shoe design and performance. Typically, these fitters are runners like yourself. They have been hired because of their love of running and their interest in their fellow runners. So search them out, and develop a relationship with a store and a person who has been fitting shoes for a period of time. If you have had a history of injury due to a shoe or a biomechanical problem, seek out a podiatrist in your area. He or she will be able to detect what your problem may be, and the right shoe or shoes to look for. To extend the life of the shoe, wear them only for running, and let them dry out slowly when wet. Visit our website: http://www.anavianfootcare.com
22 Nov 2011
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Sarah Jessica Parker, Katie Holmes and Paris Hilton show off the great way they wear their cold weather sweaters.
19 Nov 2011
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There are some celebrities who just arrest the camera’s attention no matter what they do or what they wear. Paris Hilton is one such celebrity. She was spotted at Richard Branson's "Rock The Kasbah" event wearing a stunning black dress as photographers clicked away.
18 Nov 2011
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We know how gorgeous Miranda Kerr and Alessandra Ambrosio look dolled up for the runway, but how do they wear their clothes for a simple coffee date?
11 Nov 2011
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Women’s Foot Problems - Toronto Podiatrist Sheldon Nadal Doctor of Podiatric Medicine discusses the symptoms, causes and treatments for Women's Foot Problems. http://www.footcare.net The best shoe for women's feet is a walking shoe with laces (not a slip-on), a composition sole, and a relatively wider heel with a rigid and padded heel counter, no more than three-quarters of an inch in height. Some women inflict punishment on their feet from improper footwear that can bring about unnecessary foot problems. Some of the problems result from high-heeled shoes (generally defined as pumps with heels of more than two inches). A study conducted by the American Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Society found that: • Nine out of 10 women wear shoes that are too small for their feet. • Eight out of 10 women say their shoes are painful. • More than 7 out of 10 women have developed a bunion, hammertoe, or other painful foot deformity. • Women are nine times more likely to develop a foot problem because of improper fitting shoes than a man. • Nine out of 10 women's foot deformities can be attributed to tight shoes. High-heeled, pointed-toe shoes can cause numerous orthopedic problems, leading to discomfort or injury to the toes, ankles, knees, calves, and back. Many high-heeled-shoes also have a pointed, narrow toe box that crowds the toes and forces them into an unnatural triangular shape. These shoes distribute the body's weight unevenly, placing excess stress on the ball of the foot and on the forefoot. This uneven distribution of weight, coupled with the narrow toe box characteristic of most high heels, can lead to discomfort, bunions, hammertoes, and other deformities. The height of the heel makes a dramatic difference in the pressure that occurs on the bottom of the foot. As heel height increases, the pressure under the ball of the foot may double, placing greater pressure on the forefoot as it is forced into the pointed toe box. To relieve the abusive effects of high heels, women should limit the amount of time they wear them and alternate these shoes with good quality sneakers or flats for part of the day. Look for comfortable and attractive walking pumps for work and social activities, that blend fashion appeal with athletic shoe-derived construction, reinforced heels, and wider toe room for greater comfort. Low-heeled shoes (one inch or lower) with a wide toe box are the ideal choice for women. An ample toe box that can accommodate the front part of the foot is as important as the heel in determining fit. Visit our website: http://www.footcare.net
27 Oct 2011
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