An ingrown toenail can be a painful experience — but if you know how to treat and prevent one, it could save you irritation and frustration later down the road.
Find the truth about questions that pique your curiosity in our series, “The Short Answer.” Dermatologist Thomas Knackstedt,, MD, answers this one.
If you’re a die-hard runner, black, loose or missing toenails may be as much a part of the sport as bags of frozen peas and race t-shirt collections.
Your body is like a billboard for your state of health. By knowing the telltale clues, you can tell whether it’s time to see the doctor for followup.
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