WATCH: What Do Your Fingernails Say About Your Health?
You may be surprised to discover that your fingernails can tell you a lot about your health. In fact, about 30 medical conditions can be identified from your nails alone. This short video takes a look at six common nail health issues and their possible causes. Are your fingernails normal?
15 Fingernail Signs You Have Health Issues
The color and state of your fingernails can let you know when something is going awry inside your body. Sometimes they can be minor vitamin deficiencies and other times more serious conditions.
Wow! Your Fingernails Can Tell You a Lot About Your Health
The color and state of your fingernails can let you know when something is going awry inside your body. In the video below, you'll find 7 changes in your fingernails that could be a sign of minor vitamin deficiencies or something more serious. Don't Ignore What Your Fingernails Are Telling You!
How to Keep Your Fingernails Germ Free
The novel coronavirus has forced us to temporarily change or rethink almost all of our day to day activities and habits. From working out to grocery shopping to skincare and beauty treatments. Ever..
What Do Your Nails Say About Your Health? Find Out!
Your fingernails and toenails are an effective warning system for your health. So from now on, before you clip or paint your nails, take a look because they might be trying to tell you something. WARNING - Some of these images may be unpleasant to look at. 1.
The Habit of Nail Biting Could Have Many More Consequences
However, regardless of how much you wash your hands, your fingernails continue to gather, collect and store dust, dirt, and grime that can be much harder to remove, even for the diligently clean souls.
It's Time to Stop: 6 Tips to Help You Quit Nail Biting
Gross yourself out Once you think about what is hiding under your fingernails and on your fingers, and you let it gross you out as it should, your chances of continuing to bite your nails have decreased significantly.
Meet Ninita, the Sweetest Little Pygmy Monkey in the World
Compared to other monkeys, they show primitive characteristics, such as having claws instead of fingernails, sensory hairs on their hands, and a comparatively simple brain structure. Prepare to fall in love with this this little cuties, Ninita, who gets her hair combed by a toothbrush...
Quiz: How Well Do You Recall Basic Biology?
Toenails or fingernails? Fingernails Toenails The average human heart beats about a day. 10,000 times 100,000 times A million times 5,000 times Not a Biologist Quite Yet... Share Result You are certainly no biologist. That said, you shouldn’t worry.
Use These 6 Pressure Points to Battle Hair Loss
Now, move your right hand up and your left hand down, so that your fingernails rub gently against each other. While the right pinky meets your left finger, lower your right hand down and lift your left hand accordingly, with your fingernails rubbing again and increasing your pace.
The Pygmy Marmosets - Finger-Sized Monkeys!
Compared to other monkeys, they show primitive characteristics, such as having claws instead of fingernails, sensory hairs on their hands, and a comparatively simple brain structure. Click to watch a VIDEO of a Pygmy Marmoset! Their body temperature changes in the extreme, up to 4 degrees a day.
Are You Anemic? Here's What You Need to Know
Additionally your skin and fingernails will look pale, and you might have increased hair loss. As mentioned before, the best way to tell if you are anemic is by getting a blood test.
Who Imagined Such a Simple Technique Could Be So Potent?
Place your right thumb between the fingernail of your middle finger and thumb of your left hand. Use: Whenever you have an uneasy feeling. It is also beneficial for anyone suffering from complexion problems, may be temperamental or has an uncontrollable craving for sweets. 6.
COVID-19: We Finally Know How Long It Survives on Surfaces
The most dirt hides under our fingernails, as well as most of the virus. With very short fingernails, you'll have a lot fewer germs underneath your fingernails, and a protective coating of the moisturizer will not allow for the virus to penetrate your skin. Stay safe!
6 Weird Signs That Could Indicate an Upcoming Heart Attack
Clubbed Fingernails A phenomenon by the name of digital clubbing might also be a sign that all is not well with your heart. This is where the fingernails change shape, becoming thicker and wider, due to an increased production of tissue. The change is usually painless and occurs on both hands.
There Are So Many Fascinating Things About the Human Body
The nail on the middle finger grows faster than all other fingernails. 5. Fingernails grow nearly four times faster than toenails. 6. The lifespan of a human hair is three to seven years on average. 7. The acid in your stomach is strong enough to dissolve zinc.
I Never Thought that Toothpicks Could Be Used in So Many Ways
Remove grime from your fingernails: After gardening or dirty jobs, use a toothpick to remove the grime out from your fingernails - an area which is often pretty hard to clean even after washing your hands thoroughly with soap and water. 7.
It Has a Name?? Everyday Items That Have Surprising Names
The white crescent shape found at the bottom of fingernails and toenails is called the lunula. (By James Heilman, Wikimedia Commons ) 4. A line of toothpaste on a toothbrush is called a nurdle. 5. The non-hammering side of a hammer used for pulling out nails is called a Claw. 6.
21 Amazingly Unexpected Uses for Your Old Bar of Soap
Prevent gardeners' dirty fingernails Before you get down and dirty in the garden, rub your nails with soap. 11. Clean fresh produce Make a perfect home made produce wash with 1/4 cup of soap to 2 cups water, mixed up with a tablespoon of vinegar. 12.
If This Little Mark Appears On Your Nail - Get Tested!
So, if you notice a new, dark mark underneath any of your fingernails or toenails, and can't remember any kind of trauma that could have caused it. Your doctor will probably do a biopsy to check for melanoma.
This Quiz Will Test Your Knowledge of Herbs & Spices
Brittle fingernails Gum disease Microbial contamination All of the above What can you use a Chinese star anise for? Suppress coughs Stimulate appetite Reduce menstrual pain All of the above What can cardamom help you with?
Eggs Are So Good, Even Their Shells Are So Very Useful!
If you accidentally peeled skin from the sides of your fingernails, apply the wet side of a membrane and let it dry. This should stop the pain and help it heal quickly. 10. Turn them into fun molds Blow out the egg and rinse the shell, and then fill it with chocolate or Jell-O.
Quiz: This General Knowledge Test is Great Fun!
Arachnophobia Spiderphobia Octophobia Entomophobia What substance are fingernails made of? Keratin Hardened skin cells Connective tissue cells Epithelial cells How many sides does a pentadecagon have? 12 11 10 15 What is a sphygmomanometer?
12 Surprising Uses for Lemon Peels that Made Me Grateful
Pamper Your Hands Lemon peels can help you with most hand and arm-related issues, and can even help your fingernails shine. Fingernail bleach – Clean stains from your fingernails by gently rubbing them with a lemon peel.