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Athlete's Foot

Athlete’s Foot Can Cause Fungal Toenails: An Eye-Opening Guide

If you have chronic athlete’s foot, then you are at a greater risk of developing fungal toenails. Often the fungus from athlete’s foot can spread from your skin to your nails. Keep in mind that fungus also lurks in shared showers and pools. You can even contract an infection after an unsafe pedicure.*

Yellow, thick, splitting nails can indicate a fungal infection. Ignoring an infection will make things worse, so turn to your doctor for treatment and more preventative advice.

Check out the video below to find out more about how to treat Athlete’s foot.

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Photo | Jason Cartwright | Feet | Used under a Creative Commons Attribution License

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