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Help Children Avoid a Fungal Infection This Summer

What do athlete’s foot, fungal toenails, and warts have in common? They are all transmitted by direct contact. At Affiliated Foot & Ankle Care, we see an increase in the number of children who come into our offices with these conditions during the summer months. Children’s habits and attention to hygiene (or rather lack thereof) make them more susceptible to these types of infections. Below are some ways you can help prevent your child from contracting a foot infection.

If you have questions about the care of your child’s feet, don’t hesitate to contact us.

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