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Wearing the right shoes to keep you feet pain free

Rubber soles with treads provide the best traction on most surfaces in wet and dry conditions. (Smooth rubber soles are better for plush carpeting because they won’t catch in the pile.) Retire narrow stiletto or kitten-heeled shoes and slip-ons, such as mules, flip-flops and slippers; they all increase the risk of falls. And if you walk regularly, play golf or tennis, or do cardio dance, shoes designed for these activities will provide proper support as well as protection from injury, Koshimune says.


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