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Who shouldn't wear diabetic socks?

There is no reason someone who has diabetes should not wear diabetic socks. If you have diabetes, any socks you wear should always be clean, dry, and fit well. It’s also a good idea to wear light-colored socks so you are able to spot blood or discharge from wounds on your feet.

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