Athletes Foot

Diabetes Complication #2: Foot Problems

…much attention to their feet. Here is a list of common foot problems that, if present in diabetics and left untreated, can increase risk of foot amputation. * Athlete’s Foot * Toenail Fungus * Calluses * Corns * Blisters * Bunions * Dry Skin * Foot Ulcers * Ingrown Toenails * Plantar Warts

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How to Get Rid of Warts and Other Common Foot Problems

No one wants to talk about it, but most want to know the answer: How do I get rid of warts and other common foot problems? In the September issue of Health & Healing, I share several of my Facebook followers’ tips on how to get rid of warts. Here are a few of those suggestions: * Tape a potato peeling…

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Tips for Treating Plantar Fasciitis

…the bottom of the foot (plantar) from the heel to the toes. This area of the foot is obviously subjected to a great deal of pressure and tension with every step you take, and certain things can exacerbate it even further. Injury, repetitive pounding from running or other athletic endeavors, obesity…

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More Men's Health Problems--Solved!

…supplements can be found in health food stores. Some of them are also included in my Prostate Health formula.) What can I do to get rid of athlete’s foot and jock itch? These common conditions are caused by fungus, which thrives in moist, warm, dark places. Keeping these areas clean, dry, and aired (when…

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