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How to Get Rid of Warts and Other Common Foot Problems

…toenail fungus, athlete’s foot, and corns. Let’s take a look at how to treat those as well. Treating Toenail Fungus One in seven Americans suffers with onychomycosis, a fungal infection characterized by thickened, yellowed toenails. My number one recommendation for treating toenail fungus is SSKI…

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More Men's Health Problems--Solved!

…itch? These common conditions are caused by fungus, which thrives in moist, warm, dark places. Keeping these areas clean, dry, and aired (when you can) especially during the summer months, will go a long way toward discouraging the growth of the fungus. You can protect yourself by using powders such…

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The Benefits of Vitamin D Supplements

…response to sun exposure. But unfortunately many doctors prescribe Drisdol, which contains Vitamin D2 and is created by irradiating plant matter and fungus. So patients taking Drisdol are basically getting a “foreign” form of Vitamin D. Now, new research shows vitamin D3 supplements are far more effective…

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DMSO Treatment Relieves Joint & Muscle Pain

…underlying area where they’re needed. At Whitaker Wellness, we use DMSO treaments to improve penetration of antifungals when treating stubborn toenail fungus and to enhance absorption of topical pain-relieving drugs. But DMSO is much more than a carrier—it’s a potent anti-inflammatory in its own right…

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