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5 Foot Care Myths

Old wives’ tales and myths like that example are fun to laugh at. We believed them as children. “Step on a crack and you’ll break your mother’s back.” But there are other myths that are no laughing matter, especially when they involve your health. 527 more words

Michigan Podiatrist

Tony reblogged this on One Regular Guy Writing about Food, Exercise and Living Past 100 and commented:

400-06178255c_998_380.jpg Exercise requires motion and that usually means moving from place to place in one way or another. As a former runner who suffered from toe, foot and leg problems, I found this post useful. Tony

Make Your Heels Feel Like Flats

Wearing high heels all day every day can definitely take a toll on your feet and your body so here are some tips on how to look fabulous without feeling pain. 77 more words


Life Lessons From An Ingrown Toenail

So if you’ve ever had an ingrown toenail, you can especially appreciate this post. If you’ve never had an ingrown toenail, pray to God that you and everyone you love NEVER does. 918 more words

Straight, No Chaser: Ingrown Toenails

The overwhelming majority of cases of ingrown toenails I see come from people chewing on their toenails. So the really, really Quick Tip is keep your feet out of your mouth. 382 more words

Sterling Medical Advice


How much government control can we stand?  Sometimes the FDA does things that make me crazy.  Case in point – the product formerly known as OUTGROW, for the treatment of ingrown toenails. 569 more words


Foot Care for the Elderly: 10 Tips for Healthier Feet

Like other parts of our aging bodies, feet not only suffer from normal wear and tear but injure more easily and heal more slowly. As a caregiver of an elderly person, or even as we ourselves age, being aware of how to keep feet healthy can prolong mobility and prevent or relieve pain. 1,189 more words