Month: May 2010

Cold Feet and You

It might sometimes seem that your feet are the hardest part of your anatomy to keep warm, particularly in the dead of winter, when spring is a myth you tell yourself to keep an iota of hope alive. The rest of you might feel all warm and toasty, but your feet remain persistent little blocks […]

What You Can Do For the Gout In Your Foot

Gout can take over your life not just your feet. Pressure from anything from a shoe to bedsheets can be excruciating. Unfortunately, gout cannot be completely cured. But the good news is that gout can be kept well under control, if you’re willing to put in a bit of effort. (But then, a little effort […]

So You Have Gout In Your Foot

Ah, gout. The disease of the elderly retired British military man, with his white walrus moustache, shiny monocle, red face and irascible nature, not to mention his crystal decanter of brandy nearby. You can just picture him, can’t you? Actually, gout really doesn’t have anything to do with being British, although it is more likely […]