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    Nail Fungus Prevention – Tips And Tricks!

    By Sabryna Brooks

    Nail Fungus is highly contagious and it is always a good idea to employ safe practice techniques in your day to day life to avoid contracting a serious infection. Nail fungus likes to grow in places that are dark, warm, and moist. Your shoes are the perfect breeding ground for fungus. If you pay mind […]

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      Nail Fungus FAQs – What Nail Fungus Experts Have To Say?

      By Sabryna Brooks

      Q: What is a nail fungus infection? A: A nail fungus infection is when fungal cells get caught underneath the nail and spread causing pain, a foul odor, and splintering. When your nails are exposed to an environment that is dark, damp, and warm, fungus is able to propagate and grow out of control. When […]

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        Identifying Toenail Fungus Symptoms

        By Sabryna Brooks

        Toenail fungus or its medical name of onychomycosis is caused by a fungus from a group called dermatophytes. Though it can also affect the fingernails, toenails are more commonly affected because the feet provide the ideal environment, trapped in shoes all day in the dark where it gets warm and damp. You can catch the […]

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          How To Prevent Ingrown Toenails

          By Sabryna Brooks

          Onychocryptosis or unguis incarnates also known as ingrown toenails is a painful condition and one that is best prevented rather than having to be dealt with. It is when the corner of the toenail (usually of the big toe) digs into the skin as the nail curls causing swelling, pain and if not dealt with […]

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            The Most Common Symptoms Of Nail Fungus

            By Sabryna Brooks

            Onychomycosis or tinea unguium is a common fungal infection often seen in toenail and finger nails. Toenail fungus or its medical name of onychomycosis is caused by a fungus from a group called dermatophytes. Though it can also affect the fingernails, toenails are more commonly affected because the feet provide the ideal environment, trapped in […]

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