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Tips To Lose Weight 

Tips To Lose Weight Sticking to a weight loss plan can be hard during the holidays. While you may be tempted to eat everything in sight, you can prepare a plan to deal with that temptation. This article can help you keep things under control during the holiday season. A great way to lose weight…

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One Common Foot Issue for Runners, and How to Avoid It

One Common Foot Issue for Runners, and How to Avoid It Metatarsalgia. It’s a big word and a scary one at that. What’s more, it’s particularly frightening to runners because it means big time trouble. So, what is metatarsalgia and more importantly, how do you avoid it? One Common Foot Issue for Runners, and How…

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Podiatrist vs Orthopedist

Podiatrist vs Orthopedist When it comes to receiving the right medical care, you need to know which provider to go to for treatment. In the case of your feet and ankles, you’ll come across two different types of doctors — a podiatrist and an orthopedist. So, what’s the difference between a podiatrist and an orthopedist?…

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How to Help Flat Feet

How to Help Flat Feet If you want to know how to help flat feet, you’re probably experiencing some discomfort or pain. People with flat feet do not have the natural arches others do, subjecting the bottom of your feet to a substantial amount of mechanical stress. This causes discomfort and pain, not only in…

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Skin Cancers of the Feet

Skin Cancers of the Feet Cancer can occur anywhere in the body. We all know about lung cancer, pancreatic cancer, breast cancer, and more. For instance, skin cancer one type which can occur at any location on the body. But, there are some types of cancers which occur in the feet. Skin Cancers of the…

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Losing Weight Can Also Help Your Feet

Losing Weight Can Also Help Your Feet When we think about weight loss, we often think about a better self image and a more healthy lifestyle. But, when you lose weight, you also do something immensely good for your feet. Losing Weight Can Also Help Your Feet Stop to consider just how often you use…

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Are Your Shoes to Blame for Your Back and Foot Pain?

Are Your Shoes to Blame for Your Back and Foot Pain? Approximately 90 percent of American report experiencing some type of back pain during their lifetime. The truth of the matter is, there are many causes of back pain. And, it’s surprising how much back and foot pain have to do with problems that first…

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Foot Pain From Bunions – When to See a Foot Doctor

Foot Pain From Bunions – When to See a Foot Doctor Bunions are a painful foot condition which plague a surprising number of people. Bunions are caused by the big toe leaning toward and against another toe. Eventually, the friction causes a bony hump, which typically form on the bottom of the big toe and…

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Foot Pain Is Serious: When to See a Podiatrist

Foot Pain Is Serious: When to See a Podiatrist Foot pain is serious because it can indicate larger issues with your body. Our feet do hard work every day and they stay cooped up in shoes for most of the day. That reduces blood circulation, which can lead to dry skin, cracking, and more problems.…

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Foot Care Tips For Attractive and Pretty Feet

Foot Care Tips For Attractive and Pretty Feet We all like to have pretty feet. It’s great when spring and summer come around and it’s time for flip-flops and sandals. Showing off your attractive and pretty feet though, presents a challenge because you’ve got to keep them in tip-top shape. Foot Care Tips For Attractive…

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Athletes At Greater Risk For Foot Problems

Athletes At Greater Risk For Foot Problems Approximately one-quarter of all the bones in the human body are located in the feet. When these bones are out of alignment, so is the rest of the body. While 75 percent of the population may experience serious foot problems, it’s usually not a genetic matter. Most foot…

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Focusing On The Importance Of Your Feet

Focusing On The Importance Of Your Feet For many, the first step toward better health starts with better foot care. This is especially true for the 20.8 million Americans who have diabetes, of which 6.2 million have yet to be diagnosed. Keeping feet healthy is an essential part of diabetes self-care. Since diabetes affects the…

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