is growing. This doesn’t give you license to pound out long runs while swallowing a handful of ibuprofen, but regular, moderate, pain-free running? Get out there and enjoy it, no matter what your auntie says.
into the skinDiagnosis: Onychocryptosis"This is better known as an ingrown toenail," says Palahey. "The nail grows at an angle, perforates the skin and lets bacteria in, so a niggly, painful infection occurs." Tight shoes and badly cut nails can both contribute
or on top of them and consider buying a shoe with a larger toe box. Ingrowing toenails Toenails can become ingrown if the nails are cut too short and rounded at the edges. As a result, the skin grows over the edge of the nail, creating a painful swollen
about your exercise programme is essential to guarantee a healthy pregnancy. A supportive doctor who recognises the benefits of an exercise programme will not only listen to your concerns, but should also address your individual needs, although you should never hesitate
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