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Podiatrists Can Spot Problems First

Problems with your feet can be an indicator of bigger problems elsewhere in the body.

Drugs Being Discovered That Can Reduce Nerve Damage in Peripheral Neuropathy Sufferers

This study, like many others uses zebrafish, which share 70 percent of their DNA with humans.

Could Skimping on Sleep Increase Your Risk of Diabetes?

Harvard researchers have discovered a link between a lack of sleep and an increased risk of diabetes.

The FootSleepGuard is Good for Eczema, Too

Apparently heat is one of the issues that eczema sufferers try to avoid since it does make the skin irritation worse.

Chemo Induced Peripheral Neuropathy Can Last for Years

A recently published study reveals that nearly half the women who survive cancer will suffer from Chemo Induced  Peripheral Neuropathy (CIPN). Tested an average of six years after completing chemotherapy, roughly 45% of the women studied still suffered from nerve damage. Aside from the nerve related pain of peripheral neuropathy, falls appear to be the […]

More on Plantar Fasciitis

The Plantar Fascia is a ligament that connects your heel to your toes. It supports the arch of your foot.

Gout, Ouch!

Know what is the #1 cause of gout? Beer. Bummer, huh?

Foot Problems Due to Diabetes Can Be More Serious Than You Thought

As a website dedicated to foot health and improving it, we’ve spoken a few times about the importance of paying attention to your feet.  And that can come in several different forms.  At the very top of the list is seeing your doctor or podiatrist at least twice a year regarding your feet.  That is […]

Can a low-carb, high-fat diet help fight diabetes?

How about a high-fat diet to help fight diabetes?

Woo Hoo! A Glass of Wine May Help Control Type 2 Diabetes!

If you’re in the habit of drinking wine with dinner, there may be a bonus beyond the enjoyment of sipping a glass at night.