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Pictures of Athlete’s Foot (Tinea Pedis)

Think you may have athlete's foot? Check out these images for comparison. Images range from mild to severe athlete's foot.

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Athlete's Foot (Tinea Pedis) Entry on Wikipedia

Athlete's foot, also called tinea pedis, is a parasitic fungal infection of the epidermis of the human foot. The term "athlete's foot" refers to the disease and not the organism that causes it. Several different fungi, called dermatophytes, can cause tinea pedis. Tinea pedis is estimated to be the second most common skin disease in the United States, after acne. Up to 15% of the U.S. population may have tinea pedis. Get more facts about athlete’s foot on Wikipedia, the community edited encyclopedia.

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Athlete's Foot Overview From MayoClinic.com

The doctors at the Mayo Clinic have provided an informative overview of athlete's foot on their website. Be sure to check it out to learn about causes, treatment, and prevention.

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Herbal Remedies for Athlete's Foot

Athlete’s foot is a fungal infection of the skin of the feet caused by tinea pedis. It is characterized by redness and itching and can spread to the toenails, if left untreated. Here’s a list of antifungal herbs are effective against athlete's foot. Information provided by altMD.

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Non-prescription/Over-the-counter Drug Information

Most people with athlete's foot initially treat it with an over-the-counter medication. Learn about the different types of non-prescription medication here, how they work, and when to seek advanced medical care.

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John's Hopkins Athlete's Foot Information

Esteemed Johns Hopkins Hospital has provided an excellent site for some solid general information on Athlete's Foot. Learn more here.

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Find a Foot Specialist

Have a chronic or recurrent case of Athlete's Foot and want to see a specialist. This easy-to-use website will direct you to a podiatrist near you.

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Toe Food – Foot Themed Chocolates & Candy

Know someone who is suffering from athlete’s foot? Give them a laugh with this yummy candy all themed around the foot. Started by a podiatrist who wishes everyone a toe-rific day.

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Have You Been Misdiagnosed with Athlete’s Foot?

When checking for a misdiagnosis of Athlete's foot or confirming a diagnosis of Athlete's foot, it is useful to consider what other medical conditions might be possible misdiagnoses or other alternative conditions relevant to diagnosis. See alternative diagnoses for athlete’s food at WrongDiagnosis.com.

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E A R T H . C L I N I C - Folk Remedies and Holistic Cures

Interested in trying out or learning more about natural treatments for your athlete’s foot? This website describes some natural treatments, such as apple cidar vinegar and coconut oil, and has testimonials from those who have tried these approaches.

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