Koin 6 Chief Meteorologist Kristen Van Dyke Displays Snow Totals, January 11, 2017 (koin) All Major School Districts Closed For The Day.

Non-paralytic polio: More serious than abortive polio, people with non-paralytic polio show neurological symptoms of stiffness in the neck and sensitivity to light. 3. If your big toe is amputated, your doctor should be able to help you in the rehabilitation process. In addition to infection, toes may need to be amputated due to trauma, loss of blood supply a condition formally referred to as ischemia or nerve injury. When this happens, the insoles may not fit correctly, which may leave the wearer feeling short-changed. Other polio survivors need high heels in order to retain the body’s proper balance. Toe amputations may be necessary for several reasons. This deformity occurs when the bone structure of the big toe changes permanently so that the big toe angles toward the outside of the foot. Note many athletic shoes come with a removable type of insole. Foot and leg deformities are widely associated with paralytic polio. Much of the population suffers from an assortment of foot problems.

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The National Weather Service compares the January 10-11 snow storm to previous snowfalls. (NWS) Wednesday morning snow will not be as heavy as Tuesday night but will be moderate and consistent until it tapers off in the early evening. Officially, Portland received 7.9 inches by 10:30 a.m., the most in the city since 2008. The all-time January record was 14.4 inches set on January 21, 1943. By early afternoon, the snow system had moved away from the area, but the cold air behind it settled in and will be here for days. Recommended SiteThe National Weather Service is already concerned about flooding once the snow begins to melt. KOIN 6 Chief Meteorologist Kristen Van Dyke displays snow totals, January 11, 2017 (KOIN) All major school districts closed for the day. A Winter Storm Warning is in place until 1 p.m. for the metro area. Thousands were without power in Clackamasand Multnomah Counties. Click here to see an updated outages list from Portland General Electric. Trees heavy with snow in SW Portland #koin6news pic.twitter.com/TWkIB8MCnV Amy Frazier (@amyfKOIN) January 11, 2017 Roads were a mess early Wednesday as well, as hundreds of cars had been abandoned Tuesday night during the storm on both side roads and freeways.

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