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Stepping on broken glass can be incredibly painful. In between trying to clear up the blood, figuring out if all the glass has been safely removed from the floor, and whether or not all the tiny bits have been removed from your foot can be quite the challenge.
 
Christina O’Brien
 
 
It can also become stressful if it’s a grandchild or someone young who has stepped on glass. While there are plenty of myths and hacks for removing glass on the Internet, ranging from baking soda to white vinegar and even honey, Christina O’Brien from the Australian Podiatry Association explained to Starts at 60 that it’s always best to seek professional help in most cases. “I would definitely see a GP or see a podiatrist because I’ve pulled glass out of people’s feet before and sometimes the slivers are so tiny,” O’Brien explained. 
 
Source: Starts at 60 [10/16/20]  
 
Courtesy of Barry Block, editor of PM News.
 
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