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LIVELINES: TAKING CARE OF YOUR FEET  

  Winter is the time when our feet are always covered up. The feet get sweaty from wearing uncomfortable boots and there are a list of other problems to deal with like cracked feet.
  Podiatrist Dr. Ira Kraus was our guest.
  He talked about using good lotion to keep the moisture in your feet and also changing your socks.


DR. IRA KRAUS
423 698-1966

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