flip-flop disease
 n.— «A Dog’s Heel is a term that I had heard before in England. Never knew what they were talking about until I found an article on Plantar Fasciitis. A Dog’s Heel is an inflammatory condition that is caused by excessive wear to the area of your foot that supports the arch. This condition is usually caused by obesity, weight gain or jobs that require long walking on hard surfaces. It is also caused by not wearing good shoes with arch support. Some doctors refer to it as the “flip-flop” disease.» —“A Dog’s Heel” Whatever Happened To… Dec. 12, 2008. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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