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The Double Whammy: When Peripheral Artery Disease Complicates Peripheral Neuropathy
The Double Whammy: When Peripheral Artery Disease Complicates Peripheral Neuropathy

When it comes to your feet, it’s important to know where you stand. Foot problems are the most common reason for diabetes-related hospitalizations, and people with diabetes are up to fifteen times more likely to have a lower limb amputation than those without diabetes.

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EuroSocks Unveils New Sock For Diabetic Foot Care: Doctors Applaud the Non-medical Appearance For Encouraging Use
EuroSocks Unveils New Sock For Diabetic Foot Care: Doctors Applaud the Non-medical Appearance For Encouraging Use

Warwick, R.I. - EuroSocks North America, a top producer of sport-specific performance and compression socks, has introduced Euros Rx for Diabetics. Developed in collaboration with a team of physicians, the patent-pending dual-tone technology design comes in white and dark dress sock colors while preserving the patented white bottom to allow diabetics to easily monitor the condition of their feet.

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Hot Feet? Hotfoot It To Your Doctor
Hot Feet? Hotfoot It To Your Doctor

If one foot’s hot and the other’s not, you might be developing a foot ulcer. Research published in the January 2007 issue of Diabetes Care showed that an infrared temperature-monitoring tool can reveal developing diabetic foot ulcers.

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Divabetic is Bringing Sexy Back!
Divabetic is Bringing Sexy Back!

Hundreds of women affected by diabetes across the country are feeling great about themselves and learning to stay that way, thanks to an innovative diabetes outreach campaign presented by a world leader in diabetes care, Novo Nordisk.┬áCalled “Novo Nordisk Presents Divabetic—Makeover Your Diabetes,” the program combines personalized diabetes education with free salon and spa services in a crash course designed to help every woman’s “inner diva” take charge of her own and her family’s health.

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New Skin Therapy Line Specifically for Diabetics
New Skin Therapy Line Specifically for Diabetics

Masada Health and Beauty Corporation, in order to “reduce the toll that diabetes takes on the skin,” has developed DiabEase Mineral Therapy Solutions.

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Home Temperature-Monitoring Device for the Diabetic Foot Now Available
Home Temperature-Monitoring Device for the Diabetic Foot Now Available

Xilas Medical, Inc., of San Antonio, Texas, has announced that its TempTouch home infrared temperature probe is now available to consumers who have been diagnosed with diabetes and are susceptible to foot-related problems.

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Common Injuries for Walkers and Runners
Common Injuries for Walkers and Runners

Nothing can destroy your motivation to exercise as much as an injury.

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Hot Foot Is the Risk Indicator
Hot Foot Is the Risk Indicator

At-home self-monitoring by patients of daily foot temperatures may be an effective adjunctive tool to prevent foot complications in individuals at high risk for lower-extremity ulceration.

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Healthy Feet, Healthy Nerves
Healthy Feet, Healthy Nerves

A Danish study shows that the atrophy of foot muscles is closely linked to diabetic neuropathy.

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A Foot Owner's Care Guide

Foot disorders are the number one reason that people with diabetes spend time in the hospital.

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