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There Are Actually 4 Different Types Of Nail Fungus Infections by Healthy Living .. Patient Expert Posted Mon 06 Apr 2009 7:16pm A nail fungus is a disease that affect the nails of an individual, with the effect to discolor the nail, or give it a yellow, brown or dark coloration, and finally in the worst case it completely destroy the nails. These phenomena can affect the finger nails or more frequently the Toenails. The nail fungus is generally painless, except when ... Read on »
Tics and Toxins: Pesticide Ban, Rainfall Could Point to Poisonous Fungus as Factor in Student Outbreaks by Kim S. Patient Expert Posted Wed 01 Feb 2012 12:00am By Dan Olmsted and Mark Blaxill LEROY, N.Y., February 6  -- Last year, during the wettest spring ever recorded across large swaths of New York state, a little-noticed law took effect: As of May 18, pesticide use was banned from the grounds of every school in the state. That same month, a girl at the junior/senior high scho ... Read on »
Fungus Found in Sinks Can Cause Serious Infections by HealthFinder Posted Wed 28 Dec 2011 12:00pm healthnewslink Fusarium was the cause of an outbreak of hard-to-treat cornea infections in contact lens wearers. ... Read on »
Toenail Fungus, Asthma, Allergies, Ear Infections, Migraine Headaches and More Put Consumers in High Risk Groups with Health Ins by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sun 04 Jul 2010 3:09pm We all have to wait until the year 2014 when the “pre-existing” conditions vanishes for all of us.  In the meantime there have been some grants given to help out in a small way to states creating insurance pools to give relief to some.  Reading all of this takes me right back to “Sicko” and the scenes we saw on the big screen with one woman de ... Read on »
Fungus infection on tummy by lalitA04 Posted Sat 28 Nov 2009 8:59am I have fungus infection on the centre of my tummy. Its in round shape and within last 2-3 months shape of infection has enlarged. I used 2-3 anti fungus creams but no use. its too much itching specially in night and dry spots in the infected area are visible. can any one suggest a good treatment preferably home treatment Read on »
Ayurveda Cure for Fungal Infections: Combat the Fungus Naturally by Dr Sonica Krishan Posted Thu 14 Jul 2011 2:09am General characteristics of Fungal Infection Fungal infections are by and large contagious and tend to spread easily from one body part to another and from person to person. The common kinds of fungal infections are athlete’s foot (infection between the toes), jock itch (wherein the groin is affected), ringworms (starts at a central point and spre ... Read on »
Essential Tip of the Week : Fighting Fungi by Jennifer Nordin Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Tue 16 Jun 2009 12:26am Those who suffer with discolored, brittle toenails may be grateful to hide their feet in socks this time of year! Now is the perfect opportunity to get those nails on the path to looking healthy in time for sandal season. Toenail fungus can indicate systemic overgrowth of fungi and yeast, so attacking it from the inside and out is the best battl ... Read on »
Home yeast infection cures are the safest treatment and free of side effects by winter1101 Posted Sat 02 Feb 2013 2:03pm One of the benefits of using tablets instead of vaginal cream is that they are not messy as creams are and also, tablet doses are stronger in their impact and in few days relief from the problem can be acquired. Here are several Prostatitis treatments. Medication for the yeast infection in women can be done with the help of the tablet ... Read on »
Is this fungus hidden inside you making you ill? by Mark Hyman, M.D. Medical Doctor Posted Wed 17 Sep 2008 12:34am 7 Comments Could hidden fungus be making you ill? Let me tell you about a patient who came to my office recently. She was just 35 but suffered from a laundry list of health problems. She had chronic fatigue, recurrent yeast infections, itchy ears, dandruff, irritable bowel syndrome, muscle twitching, acne rosacea, malabsorption, headaches, and mo ... Read on »
Chronic Stuffy Nose Often Caused by Fungi by Dr. Gabe M. Medical Doctor Posted Tue 26 Aug 2008 4:03pm If your nose is stuffy during the pollen seasons in the spring and fall, check with an allergist. Allergy injections can help control your symptoms. If your stuffy nose started after puberty, you don't have allergies and your nose is stuffy 12 months a year, allergy injections usually are ineffective. Chronic sinus infections with nasal polyps ... Read on »