Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Health Tip: Prevent Nail Problems

(HealthDay News) -- Like the skin, your finger and toe nails can indicate health problems, including conditions that affect the kidneys, liver and thyroid gland.

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On their own, it's important to keep your nails healthy and in good condition. The U.S. National Library of Medicine offers these suggestions:
  • Don't bite your nails, or pick or tear at them. If you have trouble stopping these behaviors, talk with your doctor.
  • Clip hangails regularly.
  • Cut your toenails in a straight line.
  • Wear comfortable shoes that don't squeeze the toes.
  • Keep fingernails short.
  • Take the vitamin biotin to help strengthen brittle nails, and apply a coat of clear nail polish that contains protein.

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