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Davis, Wayne
June 2010
Echo Magazine;6/10/2010, Vol. 21 Issue 19, p67
The article presents tips on keeping the feet healthy during the summer season. The most common infection, according to the author is the fungus of the nail. The common risk factors and treatment are mentioned. Another problem discussed is the Athlete's foot, which is caused by the fungus. Some ways to prevent these problems are mentioned, which include keeping one's foot dry and clean and also avoiding the use of plastic shoes.


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