Diabetes and Depression

World Health Day was celebrated earlier this month. It’s a day that the World Health Organization (WHO) sets aside every April to take a closer look at a specific health challenge affecting people the world over. This year’s theme was Depression: Let’s Talk. Why would podiatrists Dr. Chanda L. Day Houts and Dr. Heidi M. […]

Racing for a Diabetes Cure

Across the USA, racing has become a popular way to raise funds for charity. The American Heart Association has its walk for heart disease; the Susan G. Komen “Race for the Cure” raises funds for breast cancer research; runners can raise funds for any number of charities through the Boston Marathon. There’s also The Walk […]

Osteomyelitis and the Diabetic

Diabetes is on the rise throughout our tri-county area and, indeed, the world. Along with it comes an increased possibility of a tough-to-fight disease called osteomyelitis. Osteomyelitis is an infection of the bones caused by bacteria. People of all ages are susceptible, as are all bones, but it’s osteomyelitis of the foot bones that we […]