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PODIATRIST PROVIDES SOME SUMMER FOOT HEALTH TIPS

 

 

 

 

NEW YORK PODIATRIST, DR. JACKIE SUTERA STATES, "SUMMERTIME AND THE LIVING IS EASY.  HOWEVER, THE WARM WEATHER CAN MEAN A LOT OF WEAR AND TEAR ON THE FEET AS SANDALS BECOME THE FOOT WEAR OF CHOICE.  THE BIG MISTAKE THAT WOMEN MAKE IS WAITING ALL WINTER BEFORE THEY LOOK AT THEIR FEET.  SINCE DRY SKIN CAN ACTUALLY BE A FOOT CONDITION SUCH AS ECZEMA OR PSORIASIS, WOMEN WITH THESE ISSUES CAN BE MORE VULNERABLE TO PICKING UP BACTERIA AND VIRUSES IN THE SALON. LET NAILS BREATHE BETWEEN POLISH CHANGES.  DON'T LET POLISH REMAIN ON TOENAILS FOR 6 WEEKS, SLOWLY CHIPPING OFF.  INSTEAD, REMOVE IT COMPLETELY WITH A POLISH REMOVER.  NAILS DON'T BREATHE WELL, AND YOU CAN END UP WITH STAINS OR WHITE LINES AS THEY BECOME DRY AND DEHYDRATED."

BROUGHT TO YOU BY DR. JOHN A. HARDY, OWNER OF ACADEMY FOOT AND ORTHOTIC CLINICS.

 

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