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American Podiatric Medical Association: “Foot Health,” "Sweaty Feet.”
BBC Science: Human Body & Mind: “Skeleton – Hands and Feet.”
Cincinnati Children’s: “Extra Finger or Toe (Polydactyly)”
College of Podiatry: “Get feet stars and facts.”
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Guinness Workd Record: “Venezuelan man steps up to claim largest feet record title in GWR 2014.”
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Kids Health: “Is My Baby Ready for Shoes?”
Livescience.com: “First Shoes Worn 40,000 Years Ago.”
Mayoclinic.org: “Sweating and Body Odor.”
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Seattle Children’s: “What is Polydactyly?”
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Universe Today: “How Many Miles Around the Earth?”
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