Fungal Infections

What are the Different Types of Skin Infections

Most people are aware of the fact that the skin is the largest organ of the body. Its what gets in contact with the world first which is why its function is to protect the body from external factors.

Oral Thrush: Here’s How to Detect, Treat and Prevent It

Unlike most types of conditions that affect us humans, which are a direct result of something, yeast infections are a natural response of the body when something else is out of balance, or in other words, an indirect result of something. 

The Various Forms of Ringworm and How Can One Get Rid of This Infection

When speaking about the condition named ringworm, it’s important to clarify from start that although the name may suggest it, this is not a parasitic infection – it’s a type of skin fungi.

Introduction to Nail Fungus: Diagnosis, Treatments and Prevention

Nails are not a part of the human body that is prone to various types of diseases, however, nail fungus is a type of infection that can appear quite commonly. It is, in fact, 50% of all nail abnormalities.

Vaginal Yeast Infections: Causes, Diagnosis an Treatments

Vaginal yeast infections, also known as candidiasis, are a quite common occurrence among women. In order to clarify all possible confusion, it’s important to put emphasis on the fact that every healthy vagina contains bacteria and some yeast cells at all times.

Athlete’s Foot – How to Avoid or Treat This Infection Properly

Athlete’s foot or tinea pedis is a fungal infection that affects the foot and it is caused by fungi called dermatophytes. This type of fungi can be found both indoors and out in the natural world.

Understanding Fungal Infections and Discussing Treatment and Prevention

Fungal infections are one of the most common occurrences around us. This is due to the fact that fungi are capable of living almost everywhere – in the water, soil, air and in living organisms.

Tinea Versicolor

Tinea Versicolor is a Fungal infection of the skin. It falls under the category of yeast infections. The infection is considered irritating, and it’s caused when the yeast infection from the fungus grows out of control.

How to Prevent Tinea Versicolor and Other Fungal Skin Infections

It’s that time of the year again that all of us with sensitive skin dread. Profuse sweating, humid weather and sweaty underwear are an everyday problem

Treating Tinea Versicolor With Coconut Oil

As you already know, tinea versicolor is a yeast infection, and like most yeast infections, they can be extremely uncomfortable, itchy and hard to get rid of.

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