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Webbed Toes     If you’re having trouble dealing with webbed toes, there’s no need to worry. If Ashton Kutcher can live with it, so can you.    Webbed toes, or syndactyly, is the occurrence of two or more fused digits of the hands or feet. Boston Children’s Hospital records that 1 in every 2,500 babies are born with this...
The Best Way to Trim Your Toenails Did you just poke a hole in someone with those sharp, talon-like toenails? They’re probably getting a little too long, aren’t they? Well, now is the perfect time for a little personal grooming!Trimming your toenails may seem like a simple task, but it’s not something that should be done carelessly. Most of us may not need...

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Break Out from Ingrown Toenails             I've lost count how many times I accidentally stubbed my toe against something that’s fairly easy to spot, especially during running. Perhaps it’s my innate klutz, but sometimes I think I just have the worst luck. I resolved myself into getting used to the occasional bumps, and I was doing pretty well, until one time...

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Pedi-Care Tips For Summer   Summer’s always all sorts of fun; beaches, bonfires, and endless sunbathing and long walks! We have to admit, it feels good to leave the shoes at home and run our toes in the sand instead, dawdle in the water and cool down from the crisp summer heat.     It’s that time of the year...

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You Hurt Your Big Toenail, Now What? How long does it take for a nail to grow out? Common question, but I'm afraid I can't give you an exact answer. Nails grow approximately 1mm a month, but they can grow faster or slower, depending on the overall health of the patient, trauma, or fungus. At one point in my youth I wanted...
Welcome to Toenails 101: Just the Basics and FAQ How does my nail stay attached to my toe? Your toenail dives under the skin on three sides, just for a few millimeters. This keeps the nail tacked to your toe and keeps debris from getting underneath the nail plate.   How does my nail grow? There is a line of cells called the Nail Matrix...

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