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What Your Feet Can Tell You About Your Health

We all know that our outer body is a window to our inner health. We check ourselves in the mirror many times each day. Our outer body is often giving us early warning signals, signals we should pay credence to. We notice any erroneous signs, and where necessary we deal with anything that may be a problematic issue. The skin is the body’s largest organ, as such there is much it can tell us. Our face and hands are probably the most common source of us noticing any warning signals. But this is largely due to the fact that these are the parts of the body that we are most …

Closeup of cracked dry skin on heel

All You Need to Know About Cracked Heels’ Causes, Treatment and Prevention

Cracked heels, or fissures, are a very common affliction. At best they are annoying, at worst they are unsightly and painful. Up to a quarter of the population will experience cracked heels at some point in their lives, and statistically, women have a greater level of sufferance than men. All too often your feet are neglected as part of your overall health. Your feet take more punishment than probably any other part of your body, and are more open to an immeasurable number of health threats. It’s easy to be oblivious to the, almost constant, threats to the health of your feet. It is also very easy to overlook the …

All You Need to Know about Athlete’s Foot

Firstly, you don’t need to be a professional or amateur athlete, or be a regular at the gym to fall victim to this common affliction, an affliction that it is wholly indiscriminate by age or gender. Everyone, at some time or another will be vulnerable to this infection. With that said, men generally do have a greater sufferance with athlete’s foot than women. This is largely due to the established culture of men’s traditional footwear style. A recent NHS study revealed that within the United Kingdom, at any one time, there are between 15% and 25% of people suffering with athlete’s foot. Given the population, that equates to up to …