3 Signs Of A Sprained Ankle...And What To Do About It

Posted on: 10 November 2016
All sorts of things can cause a sprained ankle, such as straining yourself while you are exercising or playing sports. If you have recently injured your ankle but are unsure of whether or not it might be strained, there are a few symptoms that you can watch out for. These are a few signs that you might have a sprained ankle. 1. Swelling One common sign of a sprained ankle is swelling.
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Three Simple Home Remedies For Athlete's Foot

Posted on: 28 September 2016
Athlete's foot is itchy, uncomfortable, and highly contagious. So, when you come down with this fungal infection, it's only natural to want to be rid of it as soon as possible. Prescription and over-the-counter anti-fungal creams work well for some, but what if you're allergic to these medications or cannot use them for some other reason? Thankfully, there are a few home remedies that are quite effective against athlete's foot, too.
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How to Avoid Metatarsal Stress Fractures as a Distance Runner

Posted on: 14 September 2016
Few injuries can sideline a runner like a metatarsal stress fracture. The pain makes it nearly impossible to run, and you need to take at least a month or two off to allow the bone to heal. Unfortunately, metatarsal stress fractures tend to sneak up on you. There aren't a lot of warning signs of red flags to watch out for. One day you're fine, and the next day, there's intense pain in the top of your foot.
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How To Manage A Sprained Ankle On The Trail

Posted on: 14 September 2016
A sprained ankle can set you back when you are on an extended hiking trip. If not tended to properly, the sprain can result in a much more involved injury that could send you seeking a ride back home and the premature ending to your trip. Fortunately, knowing how to handle a sprain can help relieve the pain while also preventing a much more severe injury. The following tips can help.
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