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Home Cure for Ringworm - 3 amazing Ringworm Home Remedy by Jenny C. Posted Sun 20 Sep 2009 12:50pm If you are ready for a Home Cure for Ringworm, then it's about time to give up your ointments as you won't be needing that anymore. If your ointment temporarily relieves the itch but doesn't really cure the infection, then it means that the fungus are immune to the chemical that you are using. You might want to change that to a right treatment or ... Read on »
Nail Fungus and Ringworm – what are they and how are they related? by Yusuf Posted Thu 18 Mar 2010 12:00am The fingernails and toenails of the human are built for protection – protection from bacteria, dirt, and other invaders. They are made from keratin, a hard protein found in skin and hair, It is comprised of the nail root, nail bed, nail plate, cuticle, perionychium, and hyopnychium. With all of this protection, it i ... Read on »
RINGWORM IN DOGS AND CATS.... by Helpful Buckeye Doctor of Veterinary MedicineHealth Maven Posted Sun 31 Jan 2010 11:00pm Helpful Buckeye appreciates the patience and understanding shown by all of our readers as a consequence of the necessity of changing the format for last week's issue of Questions On Dogs and Cats. Actually, the "Snow Bound...." issue allowed for the opportunity to run a few informative pieces of information that otherwise might have not fit in wi ... 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 »
Ringworm Humans: Sharing is caring… yeah, right! by FitBuff Brandon Patient Expert Posted Sat 17 Apr 2010 5:22am Introduction One of the strangest habits of women who are normally far more cleaner than their male counterparts is the sharing of clothes even though it is washed before used again. Now some of you might not like me mentioning this, but although it might be cool to some to bond like soulmates (especially between sisters) d ... Read on »
Could it be Ringworm? by Dr. Marybeth Crane Facebook Posted Mon 01 Jun 2009 8:11am Rest easy, Ringworm is an infection of the skin caused by Fungus, not by actual worms. The types of fungi that cause ringworm are found on the superficial (top) layers of the skin. They grow best in warm, moist areas, such as locker rooms, swimming pools and in skin folds. Ringworm is contagious, and spreads easily through skin to skin contac ... Read on »
Ringworm Humans: Some things are not for sharing… by FitBuff Brandon Patient Expert Posted Thu 14 Apr 2011 8:41am Where have all the good women gone, honestly? Yes, the quintessential women possessing a balance of oomph, style and substance knowing where the line has to be drawn. Not needing attention but getting it all the same while in a girlie fashion being able to generate controversy just for fun's sake, and all the while, not ... Read on »
With Kittens Comes Ringworm by Dr. Patty Khuly Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Posted Wed 16 May 2012 7:00am It’s spring, and in veterinary clinics across the country kittens and the animals that have been in contact with them are being diagnosed with ringworm. Okay, it’s not fair to blame kittens for every case of ringworm, but that soft and fluffy feline coat may be harboring an uninvited guest.   Let’s get this out of the way first — ringworm ... Read on »
Ringworm Humans – A List of Symptoms and its Treatment by FitBuff Brandon Patient Expert Posted Wed 25 Dec 2013 8:31am The entire world thinks of football as kicking a ball into a goal, and then we have the Americans, whose version of the game, while being bad ass enough, doesn’t really suit the name of their game: American football. This is the only annoying thing that I find with American sport. How can you call what others call rugby football (you bare ... Read on »
Gain Your Confidence Back By Eliminating Ringworm Spots by Len S. Patient Expert Posted Wed 02 Apr 2014 7:00am By Evelyn Kelly Ringworm is no worm but a fungal infection that affects the skin at various places like scalp, nails, arms, legs, back and the groin area. Different types of ringworm affect different parts of the body. Since, it is highly contagious, immediate attention is required. The spots formed as a result of ringworm are embarrassin ... Read on »