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How Can You Tell If Athlete’s Foot Has Developed

There are clear signs that can indicate whether athlete's foot has developed or not. A common symptom related to this condition is the formation of a red rash that may spread all over the afflicted foot and...
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Heel Pain Can Be Treated!

Do you suffer from heel pain when you get up in the morning?


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How To Find Relief From Cracked Heels

There are several reasons why the condition, known as cracked heels, may develop. These can include wearing shoes that have an open back, living in a dry environment, and standing for extended periods of time throughout the day....
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Swollen Feet During Pregnancy

Foot conditions are generally a common ailment among pregnant women. The weight from increased blood volume, as well as the growing fetus, may cause the feet to become flat, which can produce sharp or aching pains. Moderate...
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Wounds Require Immediate Treatment

Minor wounds can be treated simply by thoroughly washing the affected area, followed by covering it with a bandage. However, if the wound is severe, it may be beneficial to get medical attention. There are noticeable signs...
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How to Tell If You Have Developed Peripheral Artery Disease

Those with peripheral artery disease, or PAD for short, may experience chronic ischemia, better known as a lack of blood supply. When this occurs, you may experience a dull, cramping pain in the affected area, commonly the...
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Teenagers and Sever’s Disease

Teenagers who are physically active may experience a painful condition that is known as Sever’s disease. It was discovered and named in 1912, and is considered to be the most common form of heel pain in children....
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Reminder: When was the last time…?

Custom orthotics, or shoe inserts, should be periodically replaced. Orthotics must fit properly to give you the best results. Protect your feet and ankles!


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Can Exercise Help You to Avoid Falling?

Many elderly people are susceptible to falling. This can be a result of impaired vision, tripping hazards that may be present in the house, or foot ailments that can make it difficult to walk. Research has indicated it may be beneficial...
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Children and Walking Barefoot

When babies are born, their feet are generally soft and flexible. Research has shown the feet may become stronger when walking is done barefoot while indoors. This may help to strengthen the overall foot as the toes grasp the floor for...
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