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Conditions Nov 30, 2018

How Can You Avoid Getting Nail Fungus?

Most people take their fingernails and toenails for granted and are not overly concerned with their condition unless they contract a nail fungus. Onychomycosis, the medical term for a nail fungus, may cause nails to become extremely unattractive and sometimes cause a foul-smelling odor.
Conditions Nov 29, 2018

What Foods Most Commonly Cause Food Poisoning?

Food poisoning, also known as food-borne illness, is a very common infectious condition that sickens an estimated 48 million Americans each year. More than 250 different types of food-related illnesses have been identified, and they are caused by a wide variety of viruses, bacteria, and parasites.
Conditions Nov 29, 2018

What is Ketosis? Is it Safe?

Ketosis and the ketogenic diet seem to pop up everywhere online, in stores, and in popular magazines, especially concerning diabetes. Many people have heard bits and pieces of what some medical professionals consider another fad diet, but ketosis is not a new concept.
Conditions Nov 29, 2018

Is It Poison Ivy? Check Your Rash Against These Symptoms

If you come in contact with the irritating oils from poison ivy, your skin will break out in red, itchy pustules. Since there are other plants that can cause similar symptoms, such as ragweed, you can check for a few particular signs to determine whether your outbreak is caused by poison ivy.
Conditions Nov 06, 2018

What Medical Issues Are Caused by Mold?

When you think of mold, what comes to mind? It's probably that disgusting black, green or pink gunk that accumulates in various places where water is endlessly used, and dampness occurs, or maybe it's that musty smell that seems to permeate everything and never dissipates.
Conditions Nov 02, 2018

What Causes Carpal Tunnel? Can it be Healed?

The carpal tunnel is essentially a canal or passageway in which the median nerve and the nine flexor tendons travel through. The median nerve consists of a bunch of nerve roots that band together to form one single nerve that runs down the forearm and into the hand.