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Long-Lasting Issues from Inflexible Clogs

News   Nov 20, 2017 | Original Story from University of Western Ontario.

 
Long-Lasting Issues from Inflexible Clogs

Bio-archeologists have discovered a pattern of unusual bone chips in the feet of clog-wearing 19th-Century Dutch farmers -- injuries that offer clues to the damage we may unwittingly be causing to our own feet. Credit: Western University, London, Canada.

 
 
 

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