Non Binding Socks Stay Up

How Do Non-Binding Socks Stay Up?

Take a moment to think about your socks. Are they tight on your leg? Are they bunched up around your ankles? We don’t often stop to think about the way our socks fit, but they’re actually one of the most…

Running for Beginners: 5 Must-Do Tips

Running for Beginners: 5 Must-Do Tips

The holidays are winding down, which means everyone will soon start making resolutions for the New Year. And, if you’re like many Americans, getting in shape will be at the top of your to-do list. In fact, health and wellness…

Sugar Free

Sugar Free Holiday Foods

Sticking to a sugar free diet over the holidays can be a challenge. Temptation is everywhere! From cookies, to pies, to coffee drinks, to cocktails, sugar in its most delicious form is hard to resist. This is especially true when…

An Easy to Put On Compression Sock

If you’re new to wearing compression socks, you may be confused as to how to put them on for the first time. “Don’t these things come with an instruction manual?” you might be thinking. This can be really frustrating! After…

Diabetic Socks

Why the Need for Diabetic Socks

If you’re like most folks, you don’t pay much attention to the type of socks you wear on your feet. As a result, many people who are diagnosed with diabetes are surprised to learn that they need to be more…

American Diabetes Month

November is American Diabetes Month

Today, more than 29 million people in the U.S. have diabetes. Unsurprisingly, the life expectancy of someone with diabetes is shorter than that of a healthy adult. However, new research published in The New England Journal of Medicine suggests the…

diabetic foot neuropathy

5 Symptoms of Diabetic Foot Neuropathy

When you get diagnosed with diabetes, your life changes in an instant. Suddenly, watching what you eat and getting enough exercise isn’t just a suggestion – it’s a matter of life and death. If you don’t keep your blood sugar…

Reversing Neuropathy

Reversing Neuropathy

Nearly everyone has experienced the tingling feeling of “walking on pins and needles” after having sat in an awkward position for a while. Though some believe this sensation is caused by restricted blood flow to the lower extremities, your foot…

Alcohol and Diabetes

Alcohol and Diabetes

For most of us, there’s nothing wrong with enjoying a glass of wine from time to time. Studies have even shown that drinking red wine in moderation can reduce the risk of heart disease. But do the same rules apply…