High Heel Wear Detrimental for Long-Term Health
Frequent high heel wear comes with the increased risk of bunions, musculoskeletal pain and injuries. These injuries can range from moderate to serious, for instance ankle fractures which can require hospital attention.
While high heels look attractive, frequent wear can be detrimental for long-term health.
Read more about it here. “Are high heels bad for your health? Two experts review the evidence”
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