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Corns & Calluses: Overview

Corns & Calluses

Corns and calluses are thick layers of skin that harden under pressure. Corns are small round shaped hard skin with a center, while calluses have no shape. Corns and calluses develop in the skin to protect the body. Many people have corns and calluses, but they don't care till some pain begins. Normally corns give pain, while calluses don't give pain. Unless they give pain these are more of cosmetic problems. If you are bothered about corns and calluses there are easy ways to prevent the formation of new corns and calluses and and remove the existing ones. Let us find out more about corns and calluses.

Article created on: July 11, 2006

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