Corns on the feet are a common problem affecting people of all ages. They are most common in women, especially those who wear improperly fitted shoes. Here are 3 natural foot corn treatments that work!
Foot melanoma is deadly alright! Survival rates are dramatically lower when melanoma is found on the foot — largely because it often goes unnoticed until there is a serious problem. When not caught in the early stages the fatality rate is about 50% within 5 years of diagnosis.
If you’re diabetic and you fail to take your blood sugar levels seriously, sooner — rather than later — you’re going to have foot problems that could easily lead to amputation. Diabetic foot neuropathy occurs when you are diabetic and you ignore your high blood sugar levels, resulting in blood vessel and nerve damage within your body.
Wondering how you can make your big feet look smaller? Do big feet mean you will be tall as an adult? Here’s everything you need to know about big feet…
Plantar Fasciitis is a painful condition that affects the arch of your foot. Here are the symptoms and treatments for Plantar Fasciitis, including night splints, daytime braces, a Plantar Fasciitis soc, and helpful stretching exercises.
How to treat dry and cracked feet. What to do for dry skin feet or cracked feet.
Shoes are necessary, utilitarian, and mostly mandatory. They are also fun, creative, and wonderful expressions of our creativity and personality. In that expression of our personality, many of us gravitate toward different shoe fads. Shoe fads usually take one aspect of a regular shoe and exaggerate it. That means new fabrics, unusual lines, and even extreme heights.
Do you have wide feet? Here’s how to measure your feet for your true shoe size. Plus, lots of ways to find wide shoes.
Here are the best natural home remedies to treat your dry, cracked heels and feet.
Here’s everything you want to know about toenail fungus… How do you know if you’ve got it? How do you get it to begin with? How do you treat a toenail fungus? Plus, how to prevent toenail fungus — from someone who’s had it before. Me!
Thousands of children are born each year with limb deformities like club feet. I had a similar problem — bowlegs. Here is some helpful info for parents whose children were born with foot deformities like these.
People with Type 2 diabetes are much more likely to develop foot problems than those without it. Type 2 diabetes patients are prone to foot problems because blood vessels and nerves become damaged.
Do you need bunion surgery? Here are the leading factors that often cause bunions. Plus, what you can do to prevent a bunionectomy — that uncomfortable surgery on your toes that also known as bunion surgery.
First I tried Eucerin Aquaphor Severely Dry Skin Treatment, but it’s kind of expensive and feels really greasy. Here’s a cheaper alternative that works just as well…
FYI: The carpal bone is in the wrist. It is the tarsal bone that is in the ankle. Therefore, if you repeatedly perform a certain behavior with your toes, similar to repeated behaviors with your hands… then yes, you could get Carpal Tunnel Syndrome… except it would be called Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome.
This guy has an infected toenail that’s gone on for some time. Today’s the day he decides to completely remove the toenail altogether. Watch it if you dare…