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Whеn іt соmеѕ tо preventing foot pain, а fеw steps іn thе rіght direction саn mаkе а big difference іn уоur life аnd health. Aссоrdіng tо thе American Podiatric Medical Association, mоrе thаn 50 percent оf Americans suffer frоm foot pain. Sоmе studies іndісаtе thаt аmоng older Americans, foot pain іѕ еvеn mоrе prevalent, affecting nеаrlу nіnе оut оf 10. Foot pain саn lead tо а variety оf problems, ѕuсh аѕ knee аnd lоwеr bасk
(October 8, 2013 – Statesville, NC) – A study published October 4 in an American Association for Cancer Research journal revealed that postmenopausal women who walked for at least seven hours a week or engaged in vigorous physical activity every day had a reduced risk of breast cancer. The study is “one more reason for women to make regular physical activity part of their lives, and not let foot problems stand in their way,” says
The Institute for Preventive Foot Health combed the literature to see what strategies might be backed by science (July 29, 2014 – Statesville, NC) – Smelly feet, technically known as “bromhidrosis,” are a fact of life, especially in warmer weather. Simply washing and drying your feet, while helpful, won’t necessarily take care of the problem. That’s because foot odor is caused by bacteria that breed in wet or moist environments on and around the feet;
IS IT TRUE THAT WEARING HEELS CAN CAUSE INGROWN TOENAILS? IF SO, HOW CAN I PREVENT THEM? Heels can cause your feet to slip forward in shoes, jamming your toenails into the corners of your flesh, says NYC podiatrist Lori S. Weisenfeld. But if you trim the nails straight across, in line with the tips of your toes, and round off sharp corners with a file, you’ll avoid any pinching. Source