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Tibial Artery Calcification May Be Able To Predict Foot Ulcers

Research suggests that patients with Type 2 diabetes are more susceptible to foot ulcers through Tibial Artery Calcification (TAC). Patients afflicted with foot sores were three times more likely to have a high TAC score than patients without any foot injuries. “We believe that the clinical value of tibial artery calcification scoring may be in…

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Weight Loss Helps Symptoms of Rheumatoid Arthritis in the Feet

Rheumatoid Arthritis patient Gretchen Linden struggled with both the disease and her weight. “My feet were becoming increasingly deformed,” says Linden. “By the end of 2010, I was not doing any better.” Linden would eventually be consigned to a wheelchair due to loss of mobility from the disease. As a result, Linden eliminated wheat, processed…

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