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5 Things You Need to Know About Pes Cavus (Claw Foot)

1. Discomfort From the Ground Up Pes cavus or claw foot, as it's colloquially called, is the relatively simple and common condition of high arches in the feet that has an unfortunate and, some might say, frightening name. Mild cases result in some...

Causes of Foot Blisters

A bubble containing fluid beneath the outer layer of skin is called a blister, or vesicle. Blisters may be caused by disease conditions, injuries or contact dermatitis such as poison ivy. If blisters on the foot are painful and interfere with walking...

How to Repair Pinholes in Fiberglass Boats

Overview The fiberglass of a boat can get pinholes when a small blister forms in the gel coat layer. Over time, water will erodes the blistered border and open up a pinhole. The problem with pinholes is the future damage they can cause. As water en...

What Can Cause Blisters on the Skin?

Overview Blisters are a common complaint among runners of every skill level. A blister occurs when layers of skin separate from each other, creating a space that fills with fluid, forming a blister. Many things can cause blisters when running, but...

What Are the Causes of Skin Blisters?

A blister is a fluid-filled sac that develops on the surface layer of the skin due to an infection in the body or direct contact with an irritating substance. According to MedlinePlus, blisters can range in size from extremely small to up to 10-mm wi...

Can Bike Riding Cause Blisters on Your Hand?

Overview Developing blisters on your hands or fingers is common among bike riders. Mountain bikers and dirt bikers, who firmly grip their handlebars and struggle to keep control of their bikes over rough terrain, are particularly susceptible. Other...