Researchers say UK law should be tougher on high heels
Researchers from the University of Aberdeen say the devolved nations of the UK should be more specific in legislation on high heels.
They examined research into the physical damage and injury that can be caused, as well as the social and cultural aspects surrounding the wearing of high heels.
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