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Tips For Avoiding Diabetic Foot Problems

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If you are one of the many people who is living with diabetes, then it is vital that you know how to properly care for your feet and lower legs. This is important because diabetes can affect your ability to feel problems happening until they become very serious. To this end, follow these tips to properly care for your lower legs and feet to protect them from the common diabetic problems that can happen to them: Read More»

Identifying And Fixing Fallen Arches In Your Feet

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Foot pain happens to everyone once in a while – particularly if you suddenly increase your aerobic exercise or spend a long, long day at the mall doing Christmas shopping – but recurring foot pain tends to indicate that something’s a bit amiss when it comes to the health of your feet. Fallen arches are one of the more common causes of this kind of pain, with about 10% of people experiencing it at one point or another in their lives. Read More»

Three New Year's Resolutions That Are Good For Your Feet

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Are you tired of making the same New Year’s resolutions time and time again? Maybe you resolve to lose weight or to get healthier. While these are good resolutions, they’re not really that exciting or specific. Why not make this the year you focus on your feet at New Years? After all, you stand and walk on your feet every day; healthier feet make for a healthier you. Here are three New Years’ resolutions that are good for your feet. Read More»