In a bit of news about people getting after it (even if it's something that most folks probably won't even take seriously), I bring you an inventor responsible for the FOOT BLOW DRYER – a device that reportedly helps prevent athlete's foot and other problems – and is promoted as “an efficient way to dry feet.” As noted by the inventor:
”I needed a more efficient way to dry my feet so as to prevent the formation of athlete's foot and other ailments. I devised this convenient device to ensure that my feet are totally dry after cleaning myself. It even gets between the toes.”
by kittyMom 8 years ago
Our cats are 15 years old. We feed them Friskies Urinary preventative cat food. This has been working for several years. Are there any other brands that are available?
by Golfgal 5 years ago
What is your best remedy for dry and itchy feet?A constant fight to keep feet hydrated. Going barefoot does not help I am sure, but what can be done to get ride of cracked and dry heels?
by julielsg 9 years ago
HOW TO PREVENT PREMARITAL SEX?
by Claudia Marie 4 years ago
What causes dry cracked feet?
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