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How to Exercise After Injury or Illness

How to Exercise After Injury or Illness

Returning to exercise can be a daunting prospect if injury or illness has kept you away. Indeed, it may feel like the last thing you should be doing. Of course, you must be careful not to make things worse, but eventually doing nothing becomes counterproductive. In...
How to Make Your Feet Happy and Healthy

How to Make Your Feet Happy and Healthy

Our feet take a constant pounding and they’re essential for mobility, yet we often overlook their maintenance. A quick splash in the shower may be the best they can hope for! Don’t wait until you have problems. Here are some quick and easy measures to keep your feet...
Do You Have Pitted Keratolysis?

Do You Have Pitted Keratolysis?

Pitted keratolysis isn’t painful for most people so it may be tempting to ignore it if you think you have it. This isn’t a good idea though, as one of the main symptoms is a pronounced and unpleasant smell. Fortunately, this condition is perfectly treatable, and it...
How to Deal with a Ganglion Cyst

How to Deal with a Ganglion Cyst

If a strange lump appears on your foot, it could be a ganglion cyst. Fortunately, this is a benign lump, so it won’t lead to more serious problems. However, depending on its location the cyst may press on a nerve, and this can cause pain and numbness. Here are the...
Working From Home? Your Feet Won’t Thank You

Working From Home? Your Feet Won’t Thank You

The pandemic has changed the way many people work. The days of lockdowns may be over but not everyone has rushed back to the workplace. Covid is still here and people are still vulnerable, so working from home has become commonplace for many. Unfortunately, long hours...
Heading to the Airport? How to Get Your Feet Ready

Heading to the Airport? How to Get Your Feet Ready

Summer holidays often mean sitting on a plane for hours. Doing nothing but reading or relaxing may sound tempting, but that’s not great for your feet and legs. Swollen feet and ankles are always a possibility when you fly – a situation that can lead to blood clots and...