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Exercising with Diabetes

For optimal physical health and wellbeing, there are a handful of things any person simply must do. Obviously, this includes eating well, staying physically active, and getting plenty of sleep. These are all essential for any living being, but that importance is...

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Boosting Your Blood Flow

You may have heard this amazing fact before, but your blood vessels would stretch out about 60,000 miles if they were laid end-to-end. That means, considering the circumference of the world is 25,000 miles, your arteries, veins, and capillaries could wrap around it...

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Why Your Feet Itch

When people think about podiatrists and what we do, they tend to think about diagnosing and treating sources of pain and dysfunction in the feet and ankles. Sure, we certainly treat conditions like plantar fasciitis, bunions, and fractures, but we also provide care...

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Fix Ugly Toenails

After our harsh winter, many people here in Roseburg are really looking forward to the official start of summer. Given that summer is the time to wear sandals and open-toed shoes, and spend time walking barefoot on the beach, there are others who aren’t quite as...

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Stop Sore Feet After Hiking

We are truly fortunate to live in an area with countless opportunities for outdoor activities and an abundance of natural beauty. No matter if you love the thrill of whitewater rafting on the North Umpqua or enjoy learning from the master gardeners at Discovery...

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Relief from Neuropathy Pain

Peripheral neuropathy can turn your whole life upside down. This common neurological condition is often associated with diabetes, but it can develop for a wide variety of reasons, including smoking, alcohol abuse, illnesses, or exposure to toxins. Sometimes no...

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