How To Prevent Diabetes-Induced Cracked Heels

When the skin on your heels dries out, it can start cracking. Dry, cracked heels can make it painful to walk or stand, and they can also start bleeding if the cracks are deep enough. People with diabetes are more prone to developing cracked heels because the skin on their feet doesn't produce as much oil or sweat. If you have diabetes, it's important to take care of your heels to stop them from becoming cracked and painful. [Read More]