Fungal Foot Infection Linked to Wearing Loafers Without Socks

by Kathy Jones on  June 10, 2013 at 10:21 PM General Health News
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New research says that the growing trend of wearing loafers without socks is leading to foot fungal infection.

Recent statistics have shown that sales of products to remedy the embarrassing problems have shot up by over ten percent, reports dailymail.co.uk.
 Fungal Foot Infection Linked to Wearing Loafers Without Socks
Fungal Foot Infection Linked to Wearing Loafers Without Socks

The sweat from the skin gets directly in touch with the shoe leather, which becomes a breeding place for bacteria. This, combined with high moisture levels, creates a bad smell and in many cases triggers the itchy fungal infection known as athlete's foot.

Source: IANS

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