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We love them because they look great. We love them because they make us look good. We love them because they are “oh so cute!” We love them because we believe the guys love them. Yes, I am talking about high heels here. They come in so many shapes, sizes, styles, and colors. They come in the form of stilettos and in comfortable pumps. Even when they don’t feel very comfortable, many of us still choose to wear them because one, they go perfectly with our new outfit and two, they make us look hot. However, there can be a downside to this long-surviving fashion statement. According to Dr. Nicholas, “High heels put the foot in an unnatural position, thereby creating abnormal pressures on the bones and soft tissues. Most women in their 20s and 30s can get by without symptoms, but the damage is spread out over a long period of time.” He went on to explain that typically women in their 50s tend to favor the proverbial comfortable footwear over high heels. In fact, he noted that if you were to inquire of most women exactly how comfortable high heels are, many would claim that, no, they are not comfortable, but aren’t they just so cute? In short, he believes that high heels are not good for the function of the foot, but they are not harmful when worn for short periods of time. So, here I stand, in front of my mirror, admiring my sexy high heels from days gone by. Five minutes later, I take them off. “That’s enough for today. Now, where are those flip flops? With a good pedicure and some cute nail polish, I can still pull of sexy, right?”
Ah, the beach. You know, no matter what beach you go to (or try to avoid) there are seven distinct kinds of people there, just like with roommates and professors. Who knew?!