foot health

A blog all about foot health and associated health conditions and topics

Guest blogger

24 Nov

4 healthy ways for women to deal with the ageing process

Though no one likes getting older, the ageing process affects all of us at some point eventually. While this may seem obvious, the reality is that many people struggle to age gracefully. Indeed, some individuals so hate the idea of …

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Spela Kranjec

5 Nov

Living while starving, but you’re not even aware of it

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Every parent wants to provide the best environment for their child, where they could develop a healthy attitude to themselves and their food, which will become part of their everyday life. This is a very important aspect of raising a …

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Guest blogger

18 Feb

5 Facts about Diabetes

People living with diabetes are at higher risk for health issues affecting their feet

1. Type 2 diabetes accounts for 90% of all diabetes cases globally Type 2 Diabetes is by far the most common type of diabetes and is becoming increasingly prevalent. Also known as hyperglycaemia, it is caused by excessively high blood …

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Guest blogger

15 Sep

Post-Tramautic Injury Recovery: Drop Foot aka Foot Drop Facts

If you’ve recently been through a traumatic event that has left your body broken, you know the frustration. Those with foot drop struggle every day. Here’s what you need to know about the condition and current treatments that can help. …

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Kayleigh Herbertson

29 Aug

What Are Weak Ankles?

I suffer from weak ankles, as does my friend. Key difference? I’m self diagnosed. I don’t even know when I started saying this about myself or even where I heard it from. I’ve been reporting “weak ankles” since I was …

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Oral Health Foundation

14 Aug

Mediterranean diet reduces mouth cancer risk

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The article was released on the British Dental Health Foundation News section A Mediterranean diet can halve the risk of developing mouth cancer, according to a new study. The results, published in the British Journal of Cancer1, discovered that patients who …

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Oral Health Foundation

9 Jan

Hospital food must be made to meet standards

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Most people believe that hospital food is poor quality – even those with no experience of it themselves, and regardless of whether their criticisms are fair in individual cases. Three of the complaints we hear most often from patients is …

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Guest blogger

23 May

How Can High Heels Affect Your Health


Many women put up with the pain and discomfort of wearing high heels, without thinking about the long term consequences and damage they can do to their feet and other areas of their body. Mike O’Neill, Consultant Podiatrist and spokesman …

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