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  • Why You Should Encourage Your Children to Go Barefoot!

    When you child starts to crawl and then to walk, don't be in too much of a hurry to put him or her into shoes.

    For example, many parents will buy children their first pair of shoes before they are even walking.  However, research has shown that wearing shoes may actually be doing more damage than good.  While parents may feel that children need a good pair of shoes to protect their feet and ankles as they grow, the shoes themselves can actual hinder muscle development - even causing problems for muscle development from toes right up to hips. 

    We share a host of benefits for children who can go barefoot...

  • You Cannot be in a Rush When you Treat Nail Fungus

    Yes, treating nail fungus requires patience.  Although these infections are common, they are not serious but they can take a long time to treat.

    While they are more likely to occur on your toenails, your fingernails can be infected too.

  • Foot Problems - and How to Solve Them

    If you suffer with your feet - perhaps from one condition or another - what can you do about it?

    We share the different ways your feet can be affected and how you can remedy the situation.

     

  • Why Do Your Feet Hurt?

    Did you know that your feet can walk or run 110,000 miles in your lifetime?
    It is no wonder that sometimes they can feel the strain!  Here are at least five good reasons why your feet might be hurting... 
  • Jock Itch, Its Causes, Symptoms and How to Deal with this Condition

    Jock Itch is a fungal infection of the skin.  As with other tinea infections, jock itch is caused by a mold-like fungi - they are known as dermatophytes and they live on the skin as well as on the hair and nails.  Find out more about the causes, the symptoms and what you can do about this skin condition...
  • How Do You Get Athletes Foot?

    In spite of its name, you do not have to be an athlete to develop Athlete's Foot!

    Athlete's foot (also known as tinea pedis) is caused by a fungus leading to  blisters and itching, stinging and burning between toes and on the soles of feet.

    While the infection is not life-threatening, it can be extremely uncomfortable.

  • Athlete's Foot Could Also Be Called Athlete's Hand

    Although the transmission of athlete's foot from the feet to the hands is rare, if it does occur it usually affects the palm of one hand causing a dry, red and itchy area.