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Foot Health Awareness Month: Put Your Best Foot Forward with VIM & VIGR

As silly as it may sound, our feet don’t get the credit they deserve. Whether you kick them up, dip ‘em in, or start off on the right one, your feet play a huge role in your everyday life, and help you walk, run, and explore.


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The Power of Making a Daily Difference

Making a lifestyle change is no easy feat, especially in a world that thrives on instant gratification.


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New Year, Healthier You: 3 Healthy Decisions to Make Every Day

Whether you’re big on New Year’s Resolutions or not, you probably have a few health goals up your sleeve for 2017 (and if you don’t, let’s kick them off together!).


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Compression During Pregnancy: An Expert's Opinion

Pregnancy increases blood volume and pressure, which can inhibit blood flow and lead to swelling, fatigue, and varicose veins. What's the solution? Check out what an expert in the field, Dr. Andrew Grace, has to say about compression and pregnancy.

 


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Compression Socks: Not Your Average Stocking Stuffer

When did getting socks for Christmas turn into a bad thing? This holiday season, we’re turning the sighs of, “socks again?” into exclamations of “compression socks, finally!”


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Compression Misconceptions: How Many Have You Heard?

Over the years, compression socks have gotten somewhat of a bad rap – most commonly associated with those thick, frumpy beige socks that are exclusive to grandmothers and people with injuries.


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VIM & VIGR Knocks Out Breast Cancer with NBCF

When VIM & VIGR founder, Michelle Huie, was 15, she lost her mother to breast cancer. Unfortunately, this isn’t uncommon – according to National Breast Cancer Foundation, Inc (NBCF), 1 in 8 American women will develop invasive breast cancer at some point in their lives, meaning that almost everyone reading this knows one or more people who have experienced this disease.


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