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Human Feet Are Getting Bigger and Bigger

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October 15, 2012
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According to the National Show retailers association, men and women's feet are getting bigger. In the last three decades retailers estimate the average size of our feet has grown by a size-and-a-half.


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Lullabies for Baby John: Singing Moms Help Preemies Eat

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Pregnancy: What to Expect Week 29

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