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Corns and Calluses Directory

Corns and calluses are thickened areas of skin caused by pressure or friction on the skin. Corns usually appear on the tops and sides of toes. Calluses can appear anyplace that experiences friction, such as the bottoms of your feet or the palms of your hands. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about how corns and calluses develop, what they look like, how to cope with them, and much more.

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Men's feet don’t require a lot. But by stocking your medicine cabinet and gym bag with a few items, you can keep them healthy and decent looking. Here’s what you need for foot care.

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