Terri, as a matter of urgency you need to make sure that you're running in the right type of shoe otherwise you are in danger of not making the start line. I run in 'cushioned neutral' for example but you may need 'support' or 'stability'. Second what Dave says above but if you don't have a good shop near you the least you can do is go online and check requirements for your foot/gait type. Sportsshoes.com has some good basic advice I believe.
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