Fungal Toenail?

Answer One or more toenails infected by a fungus is called onychomycosis. A fungal infected toenail begins as a white or yellow spot underneath the tip of the nail. In addition to the unsightly appearance... Read More »

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How to Use a Toenail File on the Side of a Toenail?

Whether you're preparing for spring sandals or a walk on the beach, getting your feet ready for display may be a priority for you. One way to ensure your feet look their best is to keep your toenai... Read More »

Fungal Blastomycosis?

Fungal blastomycosis is a potentially dangerous fungal infection that affects the lungs and skin. It can be difficult to diagnose because it is not common and presents a wide variety of symptoms de... Read More »

Is a fever blister fungal?

Fever blisters are not fungal. Fever blisters, also sometimes called cold sores, are caused by a virus, often acquired during childhood. This virus is usually the Type 1 herpes simplex virus, and f... Read More »

How to Make Fungal Compost?

Compost is organic matter that is broken down through aerobic disintegration. Fungal compost contains high fungi content, which is beneficial for plant and root growth. Useful fungi, such as Mycorr... Read More »