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Your feet are the most used—and abused—body part. Yet while you probably spend a good ten minutes taking care of your face every morning and night, chances are your feet are lucky to get a pedicure once a month. Trust podiatrists when they warn you that should something go wrong with your tootsies, your entire way of life will suffer.
 
Dr. Rebecca Pruthi
 
 
Rebecca Pruthi, DPM, a podiatric physician and surgeon at Foot Care of Manhattan says, “Cutting nails too short or rounded can result in ingrown nails,” The nail starts to grow into the skin, which causes discomfort; shoes can often irritate the situation even more by rubbing or squeezing the feet together. Dr. Pruthi says to make sure that nails are cut straight across to avoid the development of any ingrown nails.
 
Source: Colleen Travers, Reader's Digest [10/18/18]
 
Courtesy of Barry Block, editor of PM News.
 
Brought to you by Doctor John A. Hardy, owner of Toronto's foot clinic, Academy Foot and Orthotic Clinics.
 

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