For many of us, summer means one thing: flip-flop weather. It’s the time of year where we let our toes breathe that sweet, warm air. Other industries thrive thanks to flip-flops. Think about it. Would you spend all that money on a pedicure or a fancy toe ring if you didn’t have a way to show them off? Probably not.
But as flip flops grow in popularity with beach goers, teenage girls, and outdoorsy types, they grow less popular with doctors. New research revealed at the American College of Sports Medicine’s annual meeting is not good for inexpensive flip-flop manufacturers. … Read More »