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Shoes With Laser Beam Fittings Help Parkinson’s Disease Patients Walk Freely

Advancement in technology has helped the medical field in combating many diseases, either by creating new treatments or by fine tuning invasive interventions. One of the latest in such advancements is a laser-emitting shoes that help those suffering from Parkinson’s disease to walk normally. One of the symptoms of Parkinson’s is “gait freezing,” wherein a patient… Read more

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2017 China Fashion Week: Fashion Union

A model displays a new creation at the fashion show of Fashion Union by Shang Kunyuan during the China Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2018 in Beijing, China, November 3, 2017. [Photo/IC] A model displays a new creation at the fashion show of Fashion Union by Shang Kunyuan during the China Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2018 in Beijing, China,… Read more

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Plantar Fasciitis Shoes – Discover How To Select The Right Shoes

Selecting the right size is very important when you are purchasing shoes. An ill-fitting shoe can get you into trouble. Plantar Fasciitis is a common phenomenon seen with people who wear badly fitting shoes. It is caused due to small tears formed at the heel bone. This is commonly seen in Athletes and sports people. It… Read more

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On the evolution of sneaker tech, from 1933 on

These shoes are made for running. Born to run. Sarah Chodosh Legend has it that, in the late 1800s, students eluded their headmasters in stealthy rubber-soled shoes, earning the kicks the name “sneakers.” That vulcanized rubber was the first in a string of foot-friendly features that shaved minutes off marathon times. Over the last century, improvements… Read more

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Specialty running retailers look to new tech for better shoe fit

CHICAGO — Shoes have changed a lot over the past 80 years. The primary tool used to fit them? Not so much. But specialty running stores are testing new technology that aims to help customers find the best possible fit as they prepare for 5Ks and marathons. The old-school Brannock Device used to measure customers’ feet… Read more

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What You Need to Be Aware of with Diabetic Foot Care

Preventing a foot problem is a lot easier than getting one to heal if you’re a diabetic. Diabetic foot care always begins by being aware of what’s going on with your feet. You should check your feet daily and look for signs of swelling, broken skin, blisters or any other abnormal appearance with your feet. While… Read more

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UR Graduate’s Shoe-Making Project Gives Hope to Vulnerable

A fresh graduate from University of Rwanda’s College of Science and Technology has started a shoe-making project, and it is not only giving her livelihood but also turning around the lives of several vulnerable women she has taken under her wings. Ahirwe Freedom Samantha started Posh Creative Ltd in line with Made-in-Rwanda spirit and has been… Read more

blue pink trainer

On the evolution of sneaker tech, from 1933 on

These shoes are made for running. Born to run. Sarah Chodosh Legend has it that, in the late 1800s, students eluded their headmasters in stealthy rubber-soled shoes, earning the kicks the name “sneakers.” That vulcanized rubber was the first in a string of foot-friendly features that shaved minutes off marathon times. Over the last century, improvements… Read more

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