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A Better Way to Zap Those Ugly Toenails

Sometimes change comes slow and steady—for example, the continuous progress in computing power from the 1960s until today. Other times, technology takes a quantum leap forward, rapidly improving in barely an instant. Laser treatment for fungal toenails represents one...

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Dos and Don’ts for Fixing Foot Warts

Warts are a common, yet very unwelcome viral skin infection. Many people have struggled with them at least once in their lives, usually in childhood. Warts typically aren’t dangerous, and they aren’t “painful” per se. However, they no doubt cause plenty of emotional...

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Tips for Avoiding Injuries

School is almost out, warm weather is upon us, and the sidewalks, parks, trails, ball fields, and playgrounds are increasingly filling up with runners, hikers, and athletes of every age and sport. We hope you find some time to join them—there’s nothing like exercise...

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Good Diabetic Foot Care is a Team Effort

When people work together toward a common goal, they can often achieve far greater results than they could if everybody operated independently. We’d say that bit of truth very much applies to your diabetic foot care! Diabetes can have a profound impact on your life...

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Tips for Better Diabetic Foot Exams

If you’re living with diabetes, we probably don’t have to tell you how vulnerable your feet and ankles are. Poor circulation, weakening bones, swelling, and nerve damage conspire to not only make your feet more susceptible to both injury and infection, but also more...

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Bad Habits that Affect Your Feet

If you want to stay fit and healthy, and retain your mobility and independence throughout the middle and later decades of life, you need to be disciplined and avoid unhealthy habits. Your feet are no exception to this rule. Read on for eight foot-wrecking habits to...

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How Custom Orthotics Help with Heel Pain

There are many different manifestations of heel pain. One person might have plantar fasciitis, another achilles tendinitis, and still another a pinched nerve. However, while all these conditions can vary in terms of where the injury is located, they often share a...

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