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Study: Female-Male Differences Among Diabetics

POSTED ON December 10, 2013  - POSTED IN diabetic wound care

salmon is a great heart-healthy food

Salmon is a great heart-healthy food that can be paired with low glycemic index side dishes for a well-rounded meal.

While clinicians may have learned certain standard procedures for caring for certain diabetic wounds such as foot ulcers, a recent study found that there are differences between female and male diabetics that may play a part in what determines their best care.

An Infected Toe: The Basics

POSTED ON December 9, 2013  - POSTED IN diabetic wound care, Infection

A fungal toe infection can happen to anyone, although they are more likely to occur in diabetic individuals.

A fungal toe infection can happen to anyone, although they are more likely to occur in diabetic individuals. While a health care professional can help you with toenail infection care and treatment, individuals can help themselves by learning how to identify and prevent future toe infections:

Why do they occur?

According to Medical News Today, a fungal toe infection is the most common type of toenail issue – about 50 percent of all nail deformities are caused by fungal issues. Beyond genetics, the top reasons fungus finds your toe to be a great breeding ground include:

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