It's not only your diet that you need to focus on when you suffer from type II diabetes, think about your overall health. The best way to do this is to keep a small first aid kit with you at all times. Here's what you'll need…
Care for all your injuries on the spot when you have type II diabetes
No matter how small a cut or scrape is, take care of it on the spot. This part of your diabetes c... ››› more
Many of you will be heading to the sandy shores of our lovely country over this holiday period. We know you don't need any more convincing as to why going away is good for you. But here are three great reasons to spend your day at the beach.
Just getting out of the hustle and bustle of your normal life could have positive effects on your health. Even better, is the calming effect the sea has on... ››› more
Diabetes isn't called a 21st century disease for nothing. Recent estimates suggest that diabetes cases have hit a record 382 million worldwide. That number is expected to soar to 592 million by 2035.The chronic condition also comes with many health complications. One of these complications relates to your feet. Read on to find out why you're advised to take extra care of your feet as a diabetic…... ››› more
If you think your skin is the only clue to how healthy you are, you're wrong. The appearance of your feet also tells a lot about your overall well-being. Here are five things your feet say about your health. You feet can provide important clues to the state of your health.
But do you know how to spot the important signs?
Discover what your feet are trying to tell you about your health
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Want to know how healthy you are? Take a sneak peak at your feet, suggests podiatrist Jane Andersen, the spokeswoman for the American Podiatric Medical Association. They can help you detect everything from diabetes to nutritional deficiencies. Here's how…
It shouldn’t come as a surprise to learn that the shape, texture and colour of your feet can also provide tell-tale signs of your health.... ››› more
Plastic surgeons know how important facial exercise can be. Yet they fail to recommend it to their patients. After all, why would they promote a simple exercise that achieves a firm, young, ageless-looking face for free?
If you hate your wrinkles, then you’ll love this:
With a good facial workout, many of the signs of aging can be reversed!
Here are a few facial exercises you can try ... ››› more
One thing marathon runners have in common - no matter how fast they run - is that the constant pressure of sock and running shoe caused blisters to form on their feet. Here's how to avoid this painful health affliction if walking and running form part of your exercise routine.
At some point, you’ll have worn ill-fitting shoes.
After a day of struggling to walk as they chafe against your f... ››› more
Depending on how cold you get in winter, the latest cold spells means it may be months before your feet see the light of day again. After all, between wearing boots, takkies and slippers to keep your feet warm against the winter chill, your feet won't do so well when neglected during this long, harsh season. Here's what you can do to change that…
“One of the main problems facing feet in win... ››› more
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