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toenail

a thin horny translucent plate covering part of the dorsal surface of the end joint of each toe
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has certified six podiatrists in the United Kingdom to administer its revolutionary new laser treatment for toenail fungus.
Among those women getting pedicures, 55% reported feeling that painted toenails are sexy.
NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde have sanctioned care for Robert Gifford, whose toenails had grown over 8in long.
To treat ingrown toenails at home, soak your feet in warm water for 15-20 minutes twice a day, which will make your toenails more pliable.
To assess possible effects of age of the toenails on the quality of the DNA, freshly harvested toenail material from healthy non-NLCS volunteers was investigated (n = 11) (see the Data Supplement that accompanies the online version of this letter at http://www.
More manufacturers are emphasizing a broad range of items designed for use on the feet, and one segment in which attention to toenails has been particularly successful has been artificial nails, where suppliers have developed lines of nail tips and decorative nail art.
The ads will help you decide whether your difficulty concentrating arises from insomnia, depression, restless leg syndrome, allergies, erectile dysfunction, acid reflux, irritable bowel syndrome, high cholesterol, toenail fungus or social anxiety disorder.
I have a bunion and recently developed ingrown toenails on both feet.
Onychomycosis--fungal infection of the toenails or fingernails--is a common problem, affecting up to 25% of the population.
Bruised toenails, sprained ankles, mental blocks-you name it, dancing is tough.
She doesn't clip her toenails on my bathroom floor.