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Nail Fungus: Overview

Nail Fungus

The sight of an infected nail is very embarrassing. The nails, mainly the toenails look white or yellowish. The nail becomes thick and sometimes it becomes difficult to clip the nail. It also becomes crumbly and may look ugly. Nail fungus is not caused by lack of cleanliness, but either by a fungus or a type of yeast. It is contagious and may be caught in locker rooms, poolside, etc. where the atmosphere is warm and moist. Treating nail fungus is a long procedure. Prevention is better. Find out all about nail fungus, who can get it, what causes it, how to prevent and how to treat it.

Article created on: July 01, 2006

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