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Tips to Help You Stay on Your Feet!

FALL PREVENTION STARTS WITH KNOWLEDGE Shoes can make all the difference between being balanced and comfortable or at a higher risk of a fall. The following guidelines can help you pick the best shoe for your feet and lifestyle.  Avoid shoes that are excessively...

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Interesting Foot Studies

Interesting Foot Studies - A study of 2,089 participants show that left-handed people were less likely to have foot pain or any foot disorders on the same left side foot, but were more likely to have bunions on the same side to the left hand. Among right-handed...

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The Dos and Don’ts for Fabulous Feet

Whether you like to get a pedicure in the nail salon or at home, follow these easy Dos and Don'ts to keep your feet looking and feeling their best.   Dos If you have diabetes or poor circulation in your feet, consult a podiatrist so he or she can recommend a...

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Essentials of Diabetic Foot Care

Diabetes and foot problems go hand in hand. Most diabetics are diagnosed with foot-related issues and have to seek medical help as soon as possible. There are several diabetic symptoms that contribute to foot infection. For instance, patients with sugar problems...

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Is Your Back Pain Caused By Your Feet?

Back pain can be unbearable – when you have it, the only thing you want is to be rid of it. But if you’re trying all you can to treat your back and nothing’s fixing the problem for good, have you considered treating your feet? Your body is interconnected with muscles,...

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What Are Fallen Arches?

If you take a close look an adult foot (from the inside) you will notice an inward/upward curve at the center. This curve is known as an arch, and it’s formed by tendons in the foot and lower leg attached at the heel and foot bones. When these tendons pull and attach...

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