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Causes of Fingernail Fungus

Often referred to as onychomycosis, the causes of fingernail fungus varies per person. Causes of fingernail fungus can be due to poor hygiene, overexposure of hands to damp environments, or sharing contaminated objects or manicure instruments in nail salons.
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What is Black Toenail Fungus?

If you ever wondered why your toenails turn black or discolored, the reason could be toenail fungus. Black toenail fungus could be the reason why your nails turned black, yellow, turn brittle and chip easily
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Are Shingles Contagious?

Shingles are caused by the reemergence of the varicella-zoster virus, which causes chickenpox. After an outbreak of chickenpox, the virus retreats to the person’s nerve cells, where it lies inactive until something (cause yet unknown) triggers its release.
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Acrylic Nail Fungus

Risks of applying acrylic nails can include nail fungus infection. If you have acrylic nails, you should know how to maintain them regularly to avoid nail fungus and other infections.
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What is a wart? What is HPV?

A wart is a virus classified within the Human Papilloma Viruses (HPVs), which represent a group of more than 100 types of wart viruses. Warts are called papillomaviruses because certain types cause warts, or papilloma, which are benign (noncancerous) tumors. Warts can grow on all parts of your body. A wart can grow on your skin, mouth, genitals, and rectal area. Some types of HPV tend to cause warts on the skin, while other HPV types tend to cause warts on the genitals and rectal area.

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Your Guide To Shingles

Shingles is an infection caused by the varicella-zoster virus, which also causes chickenpox. Shingles can only occur in people who have had chickenpox sometime in their life as it is caused by the reactivation of the original chickenpox virus which remains dormant in the system after the initial episode. Therefore, anyone who does not have the virus in their system cannot develop shingles.
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