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Flip flops can be unhealthy, experts say
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Experts warn wearing flip flops can cause permanent damage.  They say the shoes can alter your natural stride, and lead to shin splints, Achilles tendon problems, and even lower back pain. 

Wearing flip flips too often can also cause soreness, chafing, and blisters.  Doctos advise to only wear flip flops for short periods of time and to purchase those that have arch support and a cushioned sole.

via "Experts warn about dangers of wearing flip-flops"

Next article should be on dangers of E. coli from putting your shoes on the table!

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