What Your Nails Say About Your Health
By Paula Spencer Scott
Wed, May 23, 2012
Hold that polish! Or at least give your nails a good look before you paint them. Your fingernails and toenails are like 20 mini-mirrors to the state of your overall health. Changes throughout the body that are otherwise invisible can sometimes be first seen in the nails, says dermatologist Amy Newburger, a senior attending physician at St. Luke's - Roosevelt Medical Consortium in New York City.
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This is interesting and a good way to help your own health
Holistic doctors have known this for years. I wish that conventional doctors would catch up. It gives you a good basis for what is going on in your own body. As kind of a warning sign, as to what your vague symptoms may be implying. From there you can apply supplements, and nutrition, and correct the problem at the root cause. As with any disease there is a point of no return. Whereby, the only option is to treat the symptoms. An awesome article.
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