Wednesday, August 27, 2014

BV Foot Clinic: Corns Can Become a Growing Problem

                                                                                 Corns Can Become a Growing Problem

Corn grows abundantly at this time of year; and not just in fields. Many people develop corns on their feet in the summer, partly because they’re usually more active, and often run, walk, or play in inappropriate shoes. As the shoes continue to rub against the toes, the skin thickens into corns. While not too serious, left untreated, they'll get larger and more painful, leading to more friction, and more corns. So don’t let this advice go in one ear and out the other - have your corns removed before they become a growing problem.

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