Sandal weather is well and truly here. But looking after your feet during the summer months isn’t just about making them look presentable.
It’s no fun if you suffer from smelly feet, especially during the summer months. Medically known as bromodosis, smelly feet is something that can affect anyone of any age. But according to the NHS, teenagers and pregnant women are more susceptible, as hormonal changes can make you sweat more than usual.
According to Diabetes UK, more than 3.7 million people in the UK are living with diabetes, with a further 7 million at high risk of developing type 2 diabetes. From June 10-16 – Diabetes Week 2012 – the charity is aiming to raise awareness among all 10 million, as well as many others in the general population.