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Attention, shoppers: Amazon has slashed prices on a pair of sneakers that you definitely don't want to miss. They're called the Doussprt Women's Walking Shoes, they start at just $29 (down from $60) and they will make your feet very happy! These shoes have earned nearly 21,000 five-star reviews from fans who rave about their comfort and strength.
More important: Bonafide foot doctors give them the thumbs-up. “Stability, or ‘support,’ is probably the most important quality of a sneaker or any other shoe that someone will wear if they are to be on their feet for more than a few minutes at a time,” Richard H. Graves, DPM, of Sol Foot & Ankle Centers in Longwood, Calif, tells Yahoo Life. “Making the foot stable means that the joints of the foot are in better alignment and the muscles, tendons and ligaments are not having to work as hard. A good shoe will do a lot of that work.”
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These sneakers are massively on sale for Memorial Day — over 50% off! They feature a solid rubber sole with an air cushion to put some extra pep in your step and give your feet an extra buffer from the ground. A perforated arch allows for easy ventilation and breathability while lending you plenty of support for long days on your feet. And, this is really cool: These shoes have a slip-on design with an elastic cuff, so you don't even have to bother with laces. Just stick your feet in and go.
One fan said that once they slipped the sneakers on they felt like they were "walking on air!" Another happy customer wrote: "WOW...WOW...WOW... these shoes are amazing. They are slip-resistant. I tried to get them to slide on the floor at work and they would not budge. My feet were so happy today."
Anti-terrorism powers available to NSW Police should be wound back because they aren't able to use them correctly, the law enforcement watchdog says.The Law Enforcement Conduct Commission's (LECC) latest tri-annual report on NSW Police's use of anti-terror powers has given a bruising assessment of the force's use of legislation.
All eyes will be on Nat Fyfe and David Mundy as the star Fremantle duo attempt to prove the doubters wrong in Sunday's AFL clash with Port Adelaide at Optus Stadium.Fyfe was held to just 11 disposals and two clearances in last week's 31-point loss to Carlton.
Nigel Ah Wong's last-minute try has secured Samoa a 31-26 win over Australia 'A' in the opening game of the Pacific Nations Cup in Suva.Debutant Ah Wong intercepted Lalakai Foketi's pass on the edge of the Australian 22-metre line in the dying seconds of Saturday's game before crossing unopposed to score his second try of the match and earn the Samoans the win.
Richmond coach Damien Hardwick isn't expecting another walkover when his team confront a Nic Naitanui-boosted West Coast at the MCG on Sunday.The Eagles slumped to a 109-point loss to the Tigers in round seven - the sixth biggest loss in West Coast's history.
St George Illawarra coach Anthony Griffin has confirmed Dragons captain Ben Hunt will line up against Canberra on Sunday after shaking off a leg injury.Hunt, 32, appeared to hurt his leg in a tackle playing State of Origin for Queensland in game two of the series last weekend but managed to remain on the field.
Victoria will end incentives for residential gas products by the end of next year as it encourages residents to embrace sustainable alternatives amid a national energy crisis.The state government said new incentives were being developed to help the two million people who used gas at home or in their businesses shift to other energy sources.
The outcry that marked the start of the Saudi Arabia-funded LIV Golf series' first American stop quelled a bit on Friday, putting the focus on the play at Pumpkin Ridge Golf Club.Modest crowds and mild temperatures in the mid-70s greeted the players on the upstart series - bankrolled by Saudi Arabia's sovereign wealth fund - which is trying to shake up the PGA Tour.
NSW halfback Nathan Cleary says Latrell Mitchell's lengthy injury lay-off shouldn't preclude him from selection in game three of State of Origin.Matt Burton and Stephen Crichton played in the centres in NSW's Origin II victory but coach Brad Fittler could be tempted to reshuffle the pairing now that Jack Wighton and Mitchell are available for selection.
JT Poston has followed his opening-round 62 with a six-under-par 65 to establish a healthy lead after two rounds of the John Deere Classic at TPC Deere Run.Poston racked up four early birdies at the second through fifth holes on his way to reaching 15-under 127 at the midway stage of the tournament.
Motorists should plan for a temporary cut to the fuel excise to end in September, with a rise in petrol prices to add to growing cost-of-living pressures.Treasurer Jim Chalmers says it will be "incredibly hard" to continue the fuel tax relief indefinitely amid growing government debt and economic challenges like high inflation and falling real wages.
Star playmaker Cameron Munster says he will be a Melbourne NRL player in 2023, shutting down talk of him shifting to the Dolphins next season.On the back of comments by Dolphins coach Wayne Bennett that suggested he would be at the new NRL entity in 2023, Munster assured the Storm he would see out his contract.
A Queensland mayor and campaigner against drink-driving has a court date looming after allegedly returning a blood alcohol test of more than three times the legal limit.Redlands Mayor Karen Williams admitted crashing her vehicle into a tree east of Brisbane after a work function on June 23.
New Zealand's most tested fanbase will be rewarded for their loyalty when the Warriors return home to Mt Smart Stadium on Sunday after a hiatus of 1000 days.Sixteen rounds into the NRL season, the Warriors host Wests Tigers in what is expected to be an emotional homecoming in front of a capacity crowd.
Frustrated by his AFL club's current predicament, GWS co-captain Toby Greene already has half an eye on challenging for next year's premiership.The top eight is off the table for the Giants this season and a new full-time coach is yet to be decided after Leon Cameron stood down in May.
The blow dealt by the US Supreme Court limiting access to safe abortions has shone a light on the situation in Australia as protesters take to the streets in solidarity.Thousands of people have already turned up at marches in Brisbane and Adelaide, and big numbers are expected in Melbourne and Sydney on Saturday.
For Minnesota, one seems to be beginning.The Jazz have agreed to trade Rudy Gobert - a three-time defensive player of the year - to the Timberwolves for a massive package of players and draft picks, according to a person with knowledge of the blockbuster deal.
Julia Hales has watched every episode of Home and Away since it first aired in 1988, but she noticed the long-term cast never featured anyone with Down syndrome.The realisation inspired her to co-write a play, You Know We Belong Together, set in the show's famous Summer Bay diner and with a name inspired by the long-running soap's theme song.
The housing squeeze on the NSW south coast hit home for Eurobodalla Shire mayor Mathew Hatcher early this year, when his family's rent jumped by $150 per week.Mr Hatcher, who has run cafes and coffee vans for years, then began to hear locals' rising concern about the number of people sleeping rough through winter.