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Toenail Fungus FAQ

Nail fungus infections are very common –but for many, they can also be extremely embarrassing. People don’t like to bring up their infections to others –not even their doctors. Because of this, treatment is often delayed, and many questions regarding nail infections go unanswered. If you suspect that you have toenail fungus, here are some common questions and answers that […]

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Toenail Fungus Myths

Many people don’t truly understand what toenail fungus is, and how it can be treated. Because of this, misconceptions abound. If you have toenail fungus though, incorrect theories are the last thing you need. To help set the record straight, here are a few commonly circulated myths regarding toenail fungus –as well as some important facts about this condition and […]

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How to Prevent Toenail Fungus from Spreading

Toenail fungus is extremely contagious. If allowed to progress unchecked, the fungus will take hold and can spread. It can also be passed from person to person. Because of this, it is important to prevent the disease from spreading to other toenails, or even fingernails. The good news though, is that with a few precautions you can help to curb […]

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Nail Fungus: Who’s at Risk for Infection?

When it comes to toenail fungus (onychomycosis), a common misconception is that only certain people are at risk for infection. But while some people are especially at-risk for fungal infections, the fact is that nail fungus can come seemingly out of nowhere –even for those who don’t fit the profile of someone who’s at risk. Common Misconceptions While many assume […]

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