Archive for December, 2009

Step into the New Year with new shoes and better health

Dec 31st, 2009 by John Almodovar | 4

Perfectly browned turkey, glistening honey baked ham, butter infused mashed potatoes and sugary 7-layer cookies are just some of the meals of this past year’s holiday season feast that have made our waist lines grow and left us wondering, Why did we have to eat so much?  For some, the New Year promises fresh beginnings […]

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Season’s Greetings from HealthyFeetStore.com

Dec 18th, 2009 by John Almodovar | Comments Off on Season’s Greetings from HealthyFeetStore.com

Merry Christmas and happy holidays!  We at HealthyFeetStore.com would like to wish all of you a festive and joyous holiday season.  It’s during this time of the year that we work extra hard and put in additional hours to serve you, the customer.  Throughout the years we have built fabulous customer relationships and have had […]

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Five More Shoe Songs to Make You Move Your Feet

Dec 14th, 2009 by keelyh | Comments Off on Five More Shoe Songs to Make You Move Your Feet

Some time ago we did a post called Famous Shoe Songs – Footwear Songs to Make You Tap Your Toes. Readers loved it and we thought we’d do another installment. Without further adieu here are five more famous shoe songs: 1. New Shoes by Paolo Nutini Hey, I put some new shoes on, and suddenly […]

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Stocking Stuffers: Santa’s Recommended Gifts For Healthy Feet

Dec 4th, 2009 by John Almodovar | Comments Off on Stocking Stuffers: Santa’s Recommended Gifts For Healthy Feet

“We wish you a Merry Christmas, we wish you a Merry Christmas, we wish you a Merry Christmas and Happy…Healthy Feet!” Well, we all pretty much know how the lyric really ends but since this is HealthyFeetBlog.com, we’ve decided to make an appropriate change to get our point across.  Christmas is just about here and […]

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Amputations Due To Diabetes Can Be Prevented

Dec 1st, 2009 by Melissa Kumler | 3

Did you know that every 20 seconds someone is diagnosed with diabetes and according to some surveys the number of diabetics is rapidly increasing in the United States?  In addition, being a diabetic may increase your risk of experiencing common foot problems. The HealthyFeetBlog.com would like to share some valuable information about diabetes and your […]

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