Now that Labor Day has come and gone, the weather will start cooling down, which means it's officially time to put away the sandals and break out the closed-toe shoes. And we all know what that means: toenail fungus. It's important to take steps to prevent fungus from growing in your shoes, so in this blog post, I'll explain what fungus is, how it grows in shoes, and how to prevent it. Whether you're breaking out your favorite pair of boots or just grabbing a new pair of sneakers for the fall season, be sure to read on!
If you're like most parents, you're eagerly awaiting the end of summer and the return of your kids to school. But before you send them back with their shiny new Trapper Keepers and boxes of crayons, make sure to protect them from one common scourge: athlete's foot. Here are four tips to help keep your kids fungus-free all year long.
Of course, nobody wants to have toenail fungus. Whether discolored, abnormally thick or cracked, fungus can do a number on your toenails…but I’m ok, you’re ok—it’s super common!
With cooler weather on the way, most of us have begun the process of putting our sandals away in exchange for warmer, closed-toed shoes.
When thinking about hotel cleanliness, most travelers focus on avoiding bringing bed bugs back home with them, but there is another unwelcome guest who could also be lurking in your hotel room: foot fungus.
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