What You Can Do To Prevent Foot Fungus

Posted on: 20 April 2018

Foot fungus is usually caused by athlete's foot, which you can get in a few different ways. You can get athlete's foot from sweaty feet, wearing poor-fitting shoes, walking barefoot in areas such as a gym, locker room, or public shower, as well as from a public swimming pool. If you have athlete's foot, you may have noticed the skin on your feet feeling itchy, burning, or you may have noticed redness and peeling skin on your feet.
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3 Ways To Keep An Ulcer On Your Foot From Getting Infected

Posted on: 5 December 2017

As a diabetic patient, you are at a great risk of developing ulcers on your feet. The risk of developing an ulcer on your foot increases if you are overweight and consume tobacco and alcohol as well. If you ever develop an ulcer on your foot, there are a few things you need to do to prevent the ulcer from becoming infected while it heals. #1 Clean The Wound Daily
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Dealing With Ingrown Toenails? 4 Steps To Care For Your Feet

Posted on: 28 July 2017

Ingrown toenails are nothing to laugh at. They can cause excruciating pain, which can make it difficult to walk. Ingrown toenails occur when the corner of the nail grows into the side of the toe, causing the nail to become embedded in your flesh. Luckily, there are some steps you can take to alleviate the pain, and eliminate the problem. Here are four strategies for dealing with ingrown toenails. Don't Trim Your Nails too Short
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What You Should Do When Your Child Complains Of Heel Pain

Posted on: 3 July 2017

Children are extremely resilient and can bounce back from a fall or even an injury (sometimes a serious one). As such, when they come to you with a complaint of heel pain, you may be inclined to assume that it will just resolve itself on its own. But if your child continues to complain to you for several days or weeks about pain in one or both of their heels, you might wonder what you can do to help your child with their heel pain.
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