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Jul

5 Types of Shoes That Aren’t Good for Foot Health

Your feet are affected by more than just your daily activities and movements. Some sources of foot pain aren’t entirely preventable...

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21

Jul

Confirming a Broken Toe

It can happen to anyone. A toe can be stubbed on the corner of a bed, something heavy might drop on it, or you might accidentally twist o...

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Jul

How to Do a Self Diabetic Foot Exam

According to the American Diabetes Association, a major reason individuals with diabetes seek medical care is due to issues with nerve da...

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Jul

Artificial Turf & Football Injuries

Since its advent in the 1960s, artificial turf has become commonplace in both amateur and professional football arenas throughout the cou...

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21

Jul

A Primer on Athlete’s Foot

Athlete’s foot is a common condition that is easily acquired and transmitted. It is a fungal infection that is caused by the same o...

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Jul

How to Choose the Right Shoe for Your Child

Approximately 98 percent of children are actually born with healthy feet, but only about 40 percent of kids will be still be enjoying hea...

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Jul

6 Tips for Diabetic Foot Care

Nearly 20 million Americans have diabetes, according to the American Diabetes Association. It’s a condition that can affect circula...

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21

Jul

Most Common Podiatric Ailments

The study and practice of podiatry are known to have taken place across many generations. For instance, treatment of foot problems has ex...

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Jul

Avoiding Amputation for Diabetic Patients

After diagnosis, diabetics are faced with a variety of lifestyle modifications to avoid further health risks. The most common modificatio...

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Jul

Is Barefoot Running Right for You?

The human foot is designed to function efficiently without shoes. Barefoot running is a common preference for many amateur and profession...

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