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magnets, my foot!

by:Newland     2019-10-05
In the United States, people spend about $0. 5 billion a year on wearable magnets for pain.
These devices are advertised to increase blood flow and change nerve signals.
A new study found that, in at least one case, shoe covers containing magnets do not work better than similar shoe covers without magnets.
The problem with the check is the bottom-of-the-
Foot pain-a symptom of plantar fasciitis, an inflammation of a tough connecting tissue that links the ball of the foot to the heel.
Scientists at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota.
, Report the findings in the report. 17 .
The researchers recruited 101 people with severe pain in their feet and provided a magnet-filled cushion footbed for 57 volunteers.
The insoles of 44 other volunteers are also equipped with non-magnetized metal.
After 8 weeks, about 1-
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