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Footcare Tips - Taking Steps to Avoid Toenail Fungus

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Toenail fungus, also known by its medical term onychomycosis, is an unsightly and frequently painful condition that infects millions of people around the globe each year. According to the experts, almost 2 out of every ten people in the world will have toenail fungus at least once during their lives.

Your toes are particularly susceptible to fungal infections. Fungus Destroyd ProtocolThey are kept in a dark, warm, moist place - inside your shoes - an ideal environment for the fungus to thrive. While there are treatments available to get rid of the fungus, battling toenail fungus can be a lengthy and expensive procedure.

While there is no sure-fire way to avoid ever contracting a toenail fungal infection, there are certain steps you can take to reduce your odds of getting a fungus infection. As the old saying goes "an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure."
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