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Skin & Fungus... Yum! by eatdancelive Posted Tue 11 Jan 2011 12:00am Okay, so that title may not have been the most appetizing way to introduce you to this next dish, but the taste totally makes up for it! What I'm referring to is Hong Shao Dou Fu Pi and Mu Er ("red-cooked" tofu skin and "wood ear" mushrooms). By far, one of my childhood favourites! Over the holidays, I headed down to DC and came home to my mo ... Read on »
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 »
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 »
Rash or Athlete's Foot Fungus? by Dr. Marybeth Crane Facebook Posted Tue 28 Jan 2014 5:29pm Around 70% of the population will suffer from athlete’s foot at some time in their lifetime! Athlete's foot is the layman’s term used for tinea pedis, which is a very common skin condition that usually affects the sole of the foot and the skin between the toes. It is usually a scaly, red, itchy eruption and occasionally may be weepy and oozing. I ... Read on »
Nail Fungus (Onychomycosis) by Sachit Shah Posted Tue 04 Oct 2011 12:00am Nail fungus can severely damage your nails, leaving them discolored, jagged, and brittle. While nail fungus is often attributed to poor hygiene, the fungi capable of causing this condition are present in nearly every environment. In most cases, the immune system is able to fight and destroy these fungi. It is when a person’s ... Read on »
How to Treat the 5 Skin Conditions That Affect Runners by Perry R. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 28 Jun 2010 10:45pm Since I’m a cosmetic chemist I am particularly attuned to information about hair and skin. That’s why I found a recent article in Runner’s World about skin problems interesting. Here is the list of 5 different skin afflictions that most affect runners. I’ll include their list and give my own comments. I’ll also put them in order of how freq ... Read on »
5 Tips for Treating Tinea Versicolor by Kodjoworkout Posted Wed 25 Dec 2013 2:01pm Tinea versicolor, also known as pityriasis versicolor, is a common fungal infection that causes skin to have discolored patches and spots. These discolored areas can be lighter or darker than the surrounding skin and usually affect the back and shoulders. Read on to learn about 5 tips for treating tinea versicolor. Know Whether or Not ... 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 »
RINGWORM: Winning the fight against fungus! by Daniel Quagliozzi Posted Sun 04 Oct 2009 11:14pm By Daniel Quagliozzi When anyone mentions the word Ringworm, especially in animal shelters, the gut reaction is almost always to start itching. Blegh!!! Ringworm! It's a animal shelter reality and horror story all wrapped in one. It seems like every year, particularly in the summer, we are battling thi ... Read on »
Starve the Fungus! by Andrea Fabry Patient Expert Posted Mon 07 Nov 2011 9:25am Dr. Joseph Mercola is trained in both natural and traditional medicine and is at the helm of one of the world's leading natural health websites, . He has recently devoted several articles to the issue of toxic mold. In last week's article titled Forget Antibiotics, Steroids and Medication - Starve This Toxin Out of Your Body, Dr. Merc ... Read on »