Cartivia: The Revolutionary Treatment for Toe Arthritis
The base of the big toe, known as the first metatarsophalangeal, or MTP joint, is a common site of osteoarthritis. When osteoarthritis occurs in the toe, it is also known as Hallux Rigidus. What Are the Symptoms of Osteoarthritis in the Toe?
Is it True? Can Alzheimer's Really Be Caused By a Fungus?
While this degenerative neurological disease previously had no cure, startling new evidence has arisen to indicate that it’s actually caused by a rogue fungus wreaking havoc on the brain.
COVID Toes May Be a Symptom of Hidden Coronavirus in Kids
Among one of the more peculiar reported symptoms of COVID-19 has been the mysterious “COVID toes.”
How to Cure Skin Fungus From the Comfort of Your Own Home
Skin fungus is a common infection that is caused when certain fungal pathogens breed in moist or warm environments. Fungus usually grows in shoes, socks, public areas like swimming pools or gyms, and in showers.
Should You Worry About the White Spots on Your Nails?
Have you ever noticed a white spot on your nail beds or your toes? For some people, the white spots may appear as tiny dots speckled across the nails, while for others, they may be larger and stretch across the entire nail.
8 Pressure Points for Treating Skin Problems
Throughout history, many reflexology and acupuncture specialists have also used these techniques to treat various skin conditions, such as eczema, psoriasis, acne, shingles, fungus, and seborrheic dermatitis.
15 Pics Showing the Many Great Anomalies of Mother Nature
From a phenomenon called “hair ice” to a cat with tons of extra toe beans, these pictures show the many amazing anomalies of Mother Nature that will keep you fascinated. Take a look. See Also: 10 Amazing Facts of Nature that Are Too Weird to Believe 1.
This Handy Guide Helped Me Fix All of My Foot Problems
Aging Foot Problems There are plenty of foot problems that tend to afflict people over 50, including bunions, hammer toe, plantar fasciitis, diabetes-related neuropathy, as well as a whole host of foot infections. Dr. Chris Coop, a practicing podiatrist at The Vancouver (Wash.)
What Do Brittle Nails Say About Your Health? Find Out!
Fungal infection A nail that appears thick, brittle and discolored (or yellowish) is damaged with fungus. This condition is more likely to appear on your toes than on your fingernails.
10 Bodily Itches That You REALLY Shouldn't Scratch!
Dandruff Dandruff is caused by a fungus called malassezia, which actually lives in everyone’s scalp, but causes irritation and excess skin cell growth in those who develop dandruff. What’s more is that dandruff can itch really badly.
6 Great Tips That'll Help You Get Rid of Smelly Feet!
It’s very important to wash your feet every day and dry them thoroughly, especially between the toes. When you’re drying your feet after a shower or bath, dab between your toes with some cotton wool that has been dipped in apple cider vinegar or witch hazel.
Good To Know: Why Do Some of Us Get Colder Than Others?
But some of us get cold more often than others, especially at our toes and hands. Why do some people feel colder than others? What causes us to feel cold? Here are a few explanations of why you might be feeling cold where the next person doesn't.
A Rainbow Made Only From Mushrooms If You Look Right
The cup-fungus, Sarcoscypha coccinea (By Ryane Snow, Wikimedia Commons ) Also known as scarlet elf cup, scarlet elf cap, or the scarlet cup, this fungus is found all across the world. It was used by the Native Americans in folk medicine. 3.
Fifteen Extraordinary Fungi You Never Knew About!
Bitter Oyster (Panellus stipticus) Panellus stipticus, commonly known as the bitter oyster, the astringent panus, the luminescent panellus, or the stiptic fungus, is a species of fungus in the family Mycenaceae, and the type species of the genus Panellus.
Scientists Found a Mold That Can Break Down Plastic Waste
The Pakistani scientists found one such fungus, aspergillus tubingensis, capable of breaking down a common plastic polymer known as polyurethane.
10 Ways You Can Treat Fungal Infections At Home!
This Is All You'll Ever Need to Know About Ringworm
The fungus that causes ringworm can linger on clothes, towels, surfaces, and in combs and brushes. • From soil. If you’re working or standing barefoot in soil that’s infected with the fungus that causes ringworm, you can get it, too. How Do I Know If I Have Ringworm?
Hydrogen Peroxide Has At Least 18 Great Domestic Uses
Treat foot fungus To use HP to cure your foot fungus, make a mixture of 50% HP and 50% water, and use a spray bottle to spritz the infected area (especially the toes) every night. Let it air dry. 5.
When Modern Medicine Fails, These Remedies Will Work
Keep nail fungus at bay It can take months for even prescriptions of nail fungus creams and medications to work. In the meantime, you can stop the fungus from spreading by applying apple cider vinegar or some tea tree oil. 2.
Ingrown Toenails – Myths, Facts, and How to Treat Them
An ingrown toenail is a condition where the edges of the toenail are bent and grow into the skin of the toe. The result is pressure, itching, swelling and pain. In many cases, the nail breaks the skin, which usually leads to an infection, and in extreme cases it may require surgical intervention.
Are Your Risking Your Health by Using a Dishwasher?
Your dishwasher might get those plates spotless, but it’s probably also teeming with bacteria and fungus, a new study has revealed.
Soothe Your Allergies this Spring by Massaging these 6 Points
The Sinuses: Massage for 60 seconds Position: The main location point for sinuses (there are actually five) is located at the tip of your big toe, on the pad of the toe. Massaging this point can sooth a stuffy nose and clear congestion.
Three Simple Home Remedies to Get Rid of Ingrown Toenails
The main causes of ingrown toenails are genetics, wearing shoes that are too tight on the toes, or trauma to the toenail area. [related_articles] Treatment and prevention: 1.
14 Animals with Rare and Unique Anatomical Features
For example, the great majority have eyes of the same color and ten toes, right? Well, yes, but it turns out that, when it comes to bodies, diversity is endless. As time progresses, we learn to celebrate our differences, even those rare and unique ones that make us stand out from the crowd.