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Cracked heels can be dangerous for diabetics. Read this to learn how to prevent them. http://ow.ly/Wskic
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Are you wearing the right sneakers for your lifestyle, feet and activities? Read this to find out. http://ow.ly/Wskib
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The pain and stiffness you feel in your feet and ankles as you grow older could be arthritis. If left untreated, this nagging pain can grow worse, eventually becoming so excruciating that you can no longer walk even short distances. Severe arthritis can restrict your mobility and limit your quality of life, but with proper treatment, you can slow the development of arthritis and lead a more productive life.
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Almost 1/3 of adults suffer from bunions. How likely are you to develop them? http://ow.ly/Wskia
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Plantar fasciitis, a condition that causes heel pain, affects approximately 10% of the population and accounts for one million doctors visits each year. http://ow.ly/Wski9
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Summer is right around the corner. Here are 7 tips to keep your feet healthy in the warmer months. http://ow.ly/Wski7
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A bunion is a bony bump that forms on the joint located at the base of your first or big toe. Typically, most people will notice this joint juts out very slightly naturally, but a bunion will be more pronounced and noticeable. A bunion will form when the joint of the big toe becomes more prominent and juts out noticeably from the foot. The big toe itself will also lean towards your other toes and may overlap the second toe as well.
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