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Solutions for Sweaty Feet

Hyperhidrosis of the feet is a clinical condition in which the feet sweat excessively. Young men are particularly susceptible to the condition. To combat sweaty feet, there are several solutions. Wear moisture-wicking socks made out of synthetic material and change them at least once-a-day to prevent bacteria from growing in the damp environment. Foot powder,…

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New Shoes grow with Your Children’s Feet

Inventor Kenton Lee has created a solution for parents who are wary of their child’s ever-growing feet and the number of shoes they may have to buy to accommodate their child’s growth. While the shoe/sandal was intended for impoverished children unable to purchase either a single pair of shoes or larger shoes to fit growing…

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Caris LeVert undergoing Recovery and Rehabilitation

Michigan junior Caris LeVert is having trouble deciding his next step in his basketball career while in a walking boot. According to University of Michigan coach John Beilein, LeVert is still learning more about his possible place in the 2015 NBA draft and is deciding between returning for his senior year or moving on to…

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Six Keys to Preventing and Treating Ingrown Toenails

Many people are bringing out their sandals and open-toed shoes with the arrival of spring and its warm weather. After bracing through a cold winter, however, the feet may be suffering from a case of ingrown toenails. Six keys, however, can help prevent and ease the pain: being careful with your cuticles, wearing the right…

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Using Vinegar on Cracked Heels

Vinegar, while typically used as a cooking ingredient, is very useful in remedying dry and cracked heels. One part of white vinegar, when mixed with two parts of warm water, can be used as a soak for the feet. A pumice stone can be used to scrub the dead skin after soaking for 20-25 minutes.…

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Real Housewives Star Claudia Jordan compares Corns to Co-star

41-year-old former Miss Rhode Island USA and the newest “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” addition Claudia Jordan found herself on a recent episode of “The Dr. Oz Show” to talk about her new endeavor with “Housewives” and complain about her corns. Jordan was quoted on comparing her foot condition to costar Nene Leakes, saying, “My…

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Florida Gators lose High Scorer to Sprained Ankle

Michael Frazier II of the Florida Gators has missed seven consecutive games due his high ankle sprain. The high scorer has been missed by his team and has not even been cleared to join practice. Coach Billy Donovan has stated that the guard has been experiencing pain while starting stopping and cutting. “I don’t anticipate…

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Dozens of Potential Foot and Ankle Injuries due to High Heels

High heels are a major staple in nearly every woman’s wardrobe; unfortunately many doctors are telling their patients to avoid them at all costs to protect the feet and ankles from serious damage. Many women are aware that high heels will cause the usual pain of blisters and corns, but in a recent study, it…

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Governor Rick Snyder tears Achilles Tendon

After jogging during a vacation in Florida, Michigan governor Rick Snyder reportedly felt a “pop” in his right foot. Following visits with doctors in both Florida and Michigan, the Republican governor has discovered that his right Achilles tendon is torn. Snyder says jogging is part of his Healthy Michigan, but has told The Detroit News…

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Early Signs of Flat Feet detectable in Children

Children are in a constant state of growth and development and therefore often require frequent shopping trips to purchase items that will fit their growing bodies. Shoes often fall into this list of necessities, and with the purchase of new shoes parents should also keep in mind the necessity of proper foot health. Children in…

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