Caring For Your Feet When You Have Toenail Fungus

Having toenail fungus can be embarrassing, and getting rid of the problem can take some time. If you have toenail fungus, consult with a podiatrist for treatment, and use the following tips to help care for your feet as your treatment progresses. Trim Your Toenails It's important to keep your toenails trimmed and filed all the time, but it's particularly helpful if you have toenail fungus. Purchase a pair of clippers that you will only use on the affected toes, as this can help prevent the fungus from spreading to unaffected nails. Read More 

3 Ways High Blood Glucose Can Affect Your Feet

If you have been diagnosed with diabetes, then you have elevated blood sugar. While well-managed diabetes rarely leads to long-term or serious consequences, poorly-managed or very high blood glucose can heighten your risk for cardiovascular disease, kidney problems, and even disorders of the feet. Here are three ways high blood glucose can affect your feet and what you can do about them: Infection If you have diabetes, you may be at risk for developing foot infections. Read More