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Recommendations on Removing of Warts and Their Effective Treatment

27th June 2012
Warts are small and hard growths common in many people and are usually caused by a virus. The best way of removing of warts is visiting a dermatologist for professional treatment. However, many people cannot afford a procedure like this and are looking fo... Read >
Author: Roberto

What Is A Natural Wart Remover?

14th March 2011
If you have a wart, then you probably know the impression that it gives to the people. And this is a significant reason to find a wart remover that would work for you. People with warts are usually self conscious of them and have a loss of come self co... Read >
Author: Rudy Silva

Know about Warts

05th January 2010
Warts are small harmless tumors of the skin caused by a virus called the human papillomavirus. The HPV virus causes a hard protein called keratin in the top layer of the skin (the epidermis) to grow too much, producing the rough, hard texture of a wart.A ... Read >
Author: genelia

Get Rid of Embarrassing Warts

14th November 2009
Warts are common skin growth caused by virus called HPV, human papillomanvirus. They are usually painless but they occasionally itch. They can be a real nuisance if they grow on uncomfortable location like the hands and feet. They may bleed if often bumpe... Read >
Author: Gerry Restrivera

Different Methods Used To Remove Warts

03rd December 2008
Hand warts are one of the many types of warts that is caused by the HPV virus. Hand warts can affect anyone of any age and can come in different types of shapes and sizes that can be found clusters and in a white or reddish color. There are two strains of... Read >
Author: nlwest21

Types of Warts and Their Treatment With Ayurveda

14th March 2007
Warts are small skin tumors that can arise unexpectedly and anyplace on the skin. They are generally round in shape and exfoliate like a cabbage. Warts can occur anywhere on the body, but they are more common on the hands and the feet. Depending on the... Read >
Author: Tom alter
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