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High Heels Can Cause Ingrown Toenails

High Heels Can Cause Ingrown Toenails

High heels are more than just a little bit uncomfortable, they can also cause painful ingrown toenails. When toenails are squished together in a high heel, the big toenail can easily grow into the skin around the nail. This condition is known as onychocryptosis, and is commonly accompanied by swelling, redness, and sometimes even infection.* […]

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Reflexology for Neuropathy of Your Feet

Reflexology for Neuropathy of Your Feet

We all know the importance of taking care of your feet, however sometimes the correct shoes, posture and proper exercise may not be enough. If you experience numbness due to damaged nerves (known as Neuropathy) you could be dealing with circulation problems, vitamin B deficiency, arthritis or even diabetes. Luckily, a therapy known as Reflexology […]

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Cracked Skin Under Your Toes

Cracked Skin Under Your Toes

Summertime can be a dangerous time for your feet and toes. Sweating without wearing socks can cause fissures under your toenails. Pushing your feet off of the hard concrete floor of a swimming pool can cause cracks in your skin, making you vulnerable to fungal infections.* Avoid going barefoot this summer and be sure to […]

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How to Cure a Split Toe Nail

How to Cure a Split Toe Nail

Chemicals, nail trauma, even certain nail treatments can cause nails to spilt. Because the toenail and the nail bed separate, fungus can get in between and can easily infect the entire nail. Luckily, with some topical treatments recommended by your podiatrist, you can alleviate the problem.* You can start healing your toenails at home today. […]

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Probiotics for Fungal Toenails

Probiotics for Fungal Toenails

When you think of toenail fungus you usually think of the infection coming from the outside world, but the truth is, fungi can also come from within. Fungi and toxins actually have the ability to break through the walls of your intestinal tract and enter your bloodstream. That is why it is so important to […]

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