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What's Causing Your Foot Cramps?

You might expect a back spasm after heavy lifting, but foot cramps tend to attack without warning — sometimes even in the dead of night. While the cramps often go away quickly, repeated bouts of them may need to be addressed.

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Foot Cancer! Is That a Real Thing?

When you think of body parts affected by Cancer you probably instantly think of the lungs, probably the breasts, and the largest organ of al...

What to Know About an Ingrown Toenail

Having an ingrown toenail is a relatively common condition that occurs when the side or corners of your toenail grows into the soft sides of...
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General Sun Care Tips

Now that summer is here, more people are enjoying the warm weather by spending time outside. However, as you are outside, you are exposed to...
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Do Your Shoes Fit Properly?

One of the biggest mistakes you can make when purchasing shoes is buying shoes that do not fit you properly. Many people, particularly women...
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Summertime Foot Care

When summertime rolls around and everyone wants to head outside, it's easy to forget the problems that this might bring to our feet. Sure, w...

Stone Bruises Versus Metatarsalgia

What is a Stone Bruise? A stone bruise is a pain in the ball of your foot. The infected area can include the toes up to where the foot arche...

Are flip flops bad for your feet?

Summertime is here, and that means it's time to break out the flip-flops. These warm-weather staples are often worn by people in The Woodlan...

Diabetes and Foot Health - Ways to Relieve Your Pain at Home

Diabetes can affect your feet in a negative way, especially when it is not well controlled. In many cases, the damage to your feet will be p...

3 Common Pediatric Foot Problems

Pediatric foot problems are more common than you might think. Being active, children are just as likely to develop foot problems as some adu...