Promising New Treatment for Fungus-Free Feet

Everyone wants to put their best foot forward, but people with toenail fungus go to great lengths to keep their feet under wraps. Meghan Rafferty, a 36-year-old from New York City, is one of millions of Americans who lives with toe fungus. Looking at her toenails, Rafferty said, "It's discolored, it's yellow. It's thick. Um, it's crooked, it just looks, it looks dead, like dead nails." Not only is toe fungus ugly and embarrassing, it's also easy to catch, as it thrives in wet...Full Story
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