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Skinny jeans could be a health hazard

Skinny jeans may look stylish, but the trend is more dangerous than you think. Its trademark tight-fitting look can be hazardous to your body. SEE ALSO: Why you should always wash new clothes In 2015, a woman was cut out of her jeans after her calves swelled to the size of balloons. She had been helping a friend move, squatting for hours in tight jeans. Doctors say the pressure caused nerve blockages in her legs.
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