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How to Take Care of Your Feet

There are some things you can do on your own, but most podiatrists recommend seeing a professional regularly. Here are five ways to take care of your feet:• Wash them often with soap and water. The foot is the only part of the body that has no hair or sweat glands. Don’t forget bath water gets warm, so it may be hard to resist washing those cute little toes into the tub every night! If you really hate doing this alone, ask a family member or friend for help once in a while; tell them how much fun you had last time they washed your feet—and ask for favors as well as rewards (see Chapter 20).

• Floss daily between teeth by inserting floss under each one separately before moving onto the next toothbrush-cleaning area. Do not use water when brushing because floss should always touch by itself between teeth without getting wet from any running liquid too close to it—it will make flossing less effective and possibly even hurt sensitive gums if it touches them directly. You can buy fluoride gel strips at many drugstores that have been treated with small amounts of fluoride, which helps prevent cavities from developing by making sure all plaque gets removed from underneath blood vessels around teeth instead of just being pushed outwards where gum tissue reaches over top of individual roots inside mouth during brushing

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