People with diabetes often experience itchiness caused by poor circulation, yeast infections or dry skin, according to the American Diabetes Association. Poor circulation typically affects the lower legs and causes local... More »

Itchy hands and feet may be caused by psoriasis, dry skin, scabies, eczema, allergies or diabetes, according to WebMD. Doctors can assess a patient's symptoms to make a diagnosis and determine an effective treatment plan... More »

According to WebMD, ringworm of the foot, also referred to as athlete's foot, is a fungal infection that causes itching, burning, peeling and cracking of the feet. The fungus grows in warm environments such as shoes and ... More »

Itchy hands and feet may be caused by psoriasis, dry skin, scabies, eczema, allergies or diabetes, according to WebMD. Doctors can assess a patient's symptoms to make a diagnosis and determine an effective treatment plan... More »

Itchy palms can be caused by psoriasis, dry skin, eczema, scabies, diabetes or allergies. A doctor should be consulted to diagnose the condition properly, says WebMD. More »

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Because cold feet can be a symptom of many medical conditions, such as frostbite, diabetes, peripheral vascular disease, poor circulation and clogged arteries, a person many want to see a doctor if he or she is experienc... More »

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Cold feet can occur for many reasons, including poor circulation, hypothyroidism, cold exposure injuries, nervous system disorders, diabetes and Raynaud’s phenomenon, says Melissa Conrad Stöppler, M.D., on MedicineNet. S... More »

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