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Men's Candidiasis signs and symptoms.

28th April 2011
Yeast infection (candidiasis) is usually an infection brought on by infinitesimal fungi or yeast. Candidiasis is easily the most typical but you will find more than sixteen kinds of Candida. These fungi can flourish on all areas of our body. Within some s... Read >
Author: spockyboy

Reasons Why Your Toenails Are Turning White

05th April 2011
Have you ever looked at your toenails and noticed that they just don't look healthy? They used to be clear, now they look opaque, thickened, and their surface is white. What can cause that white discoloration of the toenails? Most people first conside... Read >
Author: Dr. Andrew Schneider

Toe Nail Problems - How To Solve Them

09th March 2011
Are you suffering from any toenail problems? There are a set of clues that could result you to an accurate diagnosis of a toenail dilemma. Discoloration of the nails, with dimpling and some signs of rubor about the nails often present. Let us count first... Read >
Author: Simon Marks

Different Types of Toenail Fungus and Treatment Methods

05th January 2011
Toenail fungus is a common fungal infection that affects the toenail and sometimes fingernails. Known scientifically as onychomycosis, toenail fungus is a common infection in adults and affects about six to eight percent of the population. Toenail fungus ... Read >
Author: bcured

Managing Menopausal Skin Changes

07th December 2010
Dry skin, itchy, breakouts! These are actually some of the skin issues associated with menopause. Others include thinning skin and increased oiliness. How skin reacts depends on individual hormonal changes however, with care any changes can be managed and... Read >
Author: Vitale Natural

Fingernails and Fungal Disease

01st October 2009
Our fingernails grow at around .1 of a millimetre every day they will stop growing if you become seriously unwell. Following your recovery your nails will again begin to grow but typically will leave the horizontal ridge. If you measure the distance from ... Read >
Author: Jimmy Tresser

Skin Yeast Infection - Identifying and Treating This Condition

05th August 2009
Many people have various different skin diseases, but I bet most people never thought about a yeast infection of the skin. Actually a skin yeast infection is not all that uncommon, but is most often ignored as a yeast infection. The infection of your skin... Read >
Author: 2Deano

Treating Black and Blue Toenails from Running

31st July 2009
Many runners have been surprised to take off their socks after a run to notice that one or more of their toenails is turning black and blue. Many times the bruised toenails can look much worse than they are, but there is actually a simple explanation for ... Read >
Author: Dr. Andrew Schneider

Best Nail Tips For That Best Look On Your Nails

19th February 2009
Nails contain primarily of Keratin, which is a hard protein. The body's protein is the building block of the body that protects the fingers and toes from injury or trauma. In truth, the significance of caring for the nails has been around for one hundred ... Read >
Author: ali

8 Nail Fungus Remedies-All Natural

29th December 2008
Here are 8 nail fungus remedies made from natural and homeopathic medicines. 1. Apple Cider Vinegar: Dab the infected toe nail in the morning and at night. Also, you can soak a cotton ball with the vinegar and place it around the toe with some tape and... Read >
Author: Lamar Deane

Finger Nail Fungus

27th April 2006
Toe nail fungus and finger nail fungus is a condition in which fungi get under the nail of the toe or finger and cause an infection in the area. The infection can be of the nail itself or for the underlying skin in the area known as the nail bed. The cond... Read >
Author: Paul Schmitt

How To Remove Acrylic Nails

14th April 2006
Getting acrylic nails at the saloon can get pretty pricey, as is having them removed there. Thankfully you can do both at home these days. To add your own acrylic nails, purchase a kit in the drugstore. Once you grow tired of them, here's how to remove th... Read >
Author: Mila Sidman
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