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Types of Athlete’s Foot—What Kind Do You Have?

Burning, itching, rashes or blisters around the feet or toes typically are caused by a foot fungus known under the umbrella term ‘athlete’s foot.’ It’s often contracted by walking barefoot in areas where someone else with a contagious form ...

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Athlete's Foot

If you’ve ever had athlete’s foot, you know that it’s not pleasant. Athlete’s foot is uncomfortable, unsightly and sometimes even painful. I...
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Why Do We Get Foot Pain While Skiing, and How Do We Resolve It?

Too many people come away from a long day on the slopes with sore ankles, burning insteps or tender heels. But it doesn’t have to be that wa...

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...
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5 Things You Need to Know About Athlete’s Foot

Are you concerned that you may have athlete’s foot? One of the telltale signs of the fungus that causes athlete’s foot is itching and burnin...
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Dancer's Feet: Common Foot Problems and How to Prevent Them

From broken nails and blisters to hammer toes and fractures, foot problems are very common among dancers. Over time, years of dancing jazz, ...
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How to Keep Athlete’s Feet Healthy

Summer is slowly coming to an end so it’s time to starting thinking about school supplies, homework and fall sporting events. No matter what...