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Athletesí Foot

Fungal Infection Facts
Fungal infection, colloquially known as Athletesí foot, is commonly generated in public facilities such as locker rooms, and gyms. Fungus prefers moist conditions, in areas that lack oil glands, and feed off of hair, nails, and the dead surface skin.
Identifying and Treating Rashes on the Feet
Rashes on the feet can occur from a variety of causes, including stress, improper footwear, sweating, allergies, or the presence of fungus. Untreated rashes can lead to bacterial infections, and therefore should be treated immediately.
Prevent athlete's foot
Athlete's foot (tinea pedis) can be a stubborn condition to manage. Several different fungi are the culprits, and in some cases, the infection can spread to the groin area (tinea cruris).
Prevent fungal infections ...
Fungal infections of the feet can be difficult to treat, especially if they spread to your toenails. The fungus that causes athletes foot proliferates in warm moist environments, so it is very important to keep your feet as dry as possible.