The condition also offers a psychological and emotional impact: nearly two-thirds of those with onychomycosis would feel better about themselves if they had healthful looking nails. More striking is definitely that seven of ten of adults surveyed say their doctor has never discussed proper foot care with them. ‘Out of this study, we see that people delay or don’t seek treatment for onychomycosis. However, still left untreated nail fungal infection shall not really go away and could become worse, painful, or spread to other nails,’ said Warren Joseph, DPM, going to podiatrist at the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Coatesville, Pennsylvania and an expert in lower extremity infectious diseases.According to the American Diabetes Association, 29.1 million Americans have diabetes, while 86 million Americans age 20 and older are believed to possess a 'pre-diabetic' condition which includes elevated fasting glucose and/or impaired glucose tolerance. The numbers have already been growing together with the country's weight problems epidemic. Type 2 diabetes, which makes up about the vast majority of instances of diabetes, occurs whenever a person's cells quit responding to insulin correctly, a condition called insulin resistance. When insulin does not do its work properly, glucose builds up in the blood and struggles to be utilized by cells.