What You Don't Need
Eight Things You Don't Need for Your Feet
The truth behind diabetes products
by Joy Pape
When you have diabetes, there are always people and companies telling you what you need to do and what to buy. I'd like to take a different twist on this advice and instead tell you what you don't need to do and what you don't need to buy for your feet. Save your money and save your feet.
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