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Are Skechers Shape Ups a Healthy Choice?

20th May 2010
If you are looking for footwear that is extremely healthy, yet comfortable and stylish, then you should consider taking a look at Skechers Shape Ups. Skechers is a well known maker of walking shoes that have been involved with the fitness industry for sev... Read >
Author: JanetWestmore

How to Tell If a Girl is Interested in You! Sure Shot Ways to Read Her Mind Almost Instantly

18th May 2010
When a girl is interested in you she will indicate it different ways. The more bold ones will tell you that they find you attractive and are drawn to you, while others with their gestures and looks will send signals that they are interested in you. Here a... Read >
Author: Rahul Talwar

Asperger's Syndrome Symptoms Outline

07th April 2010
Have anyone heard in relation to Asperger's Syndrome till you saw the recent TV show "Boston Legal". They have shown one among the main characters, an legal attorney who has been diagnosed with it. That person was a personality in that famous TV show, he ... Read >
Author: Dave Angel

The Unique Construction of MBT Shoes

30th March 2010
MBT shoes, as we know, is the most popular sports shoes in recent years, to an extent, the appeared of the MBT shoes, change the shoes world. According to the search, the fashion shoe are sole uses black hair reward youth and the bending design not only e... Read >
Author: seoeditor

Defending Yourself In Style With Defensive Walking Sticks

08th February 2010
Most people have, at some time or the other, considered carrying along a weapon for self defense when they set out on their daily walks, especially if their regular route takes them along an isolated path. While nobody really likes the idea of going out "... Read >
Author: Big Tex Walking Sticks

Wound Be Gone: A Complete Solution for Cracked Heels

30th November 2009
Cracked heels are a common foot problem that is often referred to as heel fissures. Cracked heels are commonly caused by dry skin (xerosis), and made more complicated if the skin around the rim of the heel is thick (callus). For most people this is a cosm... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer

Causes and Complications of Toe Amputation

02nd October 2009
Toe amputations may be necessary for several reasons. Infection is perhaps the most common cause for infection and is often associated with foot problems relating to diabetes. In addition to infection, toes may need to be amputated due to trauma, loss of ... Read >
Author: jane baron

What is foot orthotics and how do they work?

17th July 2009
This article sheds more light on the term "foot orthotics" - what they are, how they work, the different types of orthotics available and which common complaints can be treated with orthotics. What does the term "orthotic" denote? The word orthotic... Read >
Author: painfreewalking

Flat Feet Versus Fallen Arches

09th July 2009
Q: What is the difference between flat feet and fallen arches? A: Though some people use flat feet and fallen arches interchangeably, they can and should be distinguished. Medically speaking, a person with flat feet has no arches at all. The soles of t... Read >
Author: kentsmith

Toe Amputation: Are Prosthetics Necessary?

09th July 2009
The oldest prosthetic device belonged to an Egyptian woman around approximately 1000 B.C.E. It was a wooden toe, and archeologists claim that scratch marks on its sole provide evidence that it was in fact functional. Today most toe amputees use prosthetic... Read >
Author: kentsmith

Over-pronation explained...

19th June 2009
Over-pronation, fallen arches and flat feet Pronation and Supination are common terms that are often associated with fallen arches, high arches, flat feet etc. This article discusses the significance of these terms and enumerates the particular problem... Read >
Author: painfreewalking

German Shepherd Coat Colors and Patterns Vary Greatly

03rd November 2008
Genetics of German Shepherd Coat Colors Concerning the GSD and German Shepherd coat colors, the breed standard from the SV specifically states: "The color of the GSD is in itself not important and has no effect on the character of the dog or on its fit... Read >
Author: spitfiregsd

Chinese Shar Pei: Aloof By Nature

11th February 2008
Shar Peis have fascinating looks and their wrinkled faces and hippo-like appearance is unique in the world of canines. And but for the efforts of a few Hong Kong breeders, the Chinese Shar Pei would at one time have been destroyed by the Chinese Communist... Read >
Author: Melissa Coleman
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