Last updated 9/13/2007 at Noon
This week we address the dangers of the funk of the feet, commonly caused by the fungus-among-us, Tinea Pedis.
First, we must know a little something about the fungus. It’s hardy, can live anywhere and we can never be completely rid of it.
So, our goal is to reduce the number of fungi to a tolerable level. We do this the same way my mother got my brother Franky to finally move out of the house: make the environment unpleasant.
The fungi eat dead skin and like warm, moist conditions. Change your socks three times a day and dry the feet each time. You should apply a thin layer of antifun...