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Stephanie Carollo (Dr. Stephanie Carollo)
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Podiatrist - Foot and Anke Physician and Surgeon in Shelby Township, MI
Podiatrist - Foot and Anke Physician and Surgeon in Shelby Township, MI

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Foot or Nail Fungus? It is common and treatable - check out my video about the condition.

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10,000 steps a day!
10,000 steps a day!
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Four days before the Final Four begins, here are four words of advice for parents: keep your children active!  This is particularly important with increasing numbers of children being diagnosed with type 2 diabetes, and in light of new research showing that 1 in 3 children ages 9-11 have high cholesterol.  High cholesterol, as we know, leads to heart disease.  So even though children love their computers and video games, have them limit time on these devices in favor of exercise, which is critical for their health.

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Tetanus infection
Tetanus infection
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Eat nuts to decrease your risk of diabetes, reduce your cholesterol, and reduce your mortality risk!  Nuts were associated with a "significantly reduced risk of mortality" in a recent study of people at high cardiovascular risk.  Nuts have also been shown to decrease the risk of type 2 diabetes and to reduce cholesterol.  A handful (1.5 ounces) is optimal, particularly since nuts are high in calories, and it's best to avoid salted or sugar coated nuts.  To learn more about diabetes and proper foot care to help avoid diabetic foot complications, visit  http://tenderfootandanklecare.com/diabetic-foot-care/

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Q: My husband is diabetic. How often should we check his feet?
A: Every day.  People with diabetes are often at increased risk for developing foot problems, and this is certainly true if they have poor circulation, nerve damage or neuropathy, or conditions such as corns/calluses, bunions, hammertoes, and other foot deformities.
http://tenderfootandanklecare.com/diabetic-foot-care/

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