- If you aren't getting the right nutrition, your nails could tell on you; in particular, if you have an iron deficiency, your nail beds might become pale and white. Learn more about nutrition's role in the look of your nails.
- Stop biting those nails -- it can lead to infection in your fingers and mouth. Learn more about nail biting.
- You may be alarmed about that white spot in the middle of your nail, but if you've recently injured your nail -- say, you dropped a book on it -- it's really just the harmless result of a mild trauma. Learn more about changing nail colors and what they mean.
- Fungus is the most common nail infection, affecting about 12 percent of all Americans. Learn more about infections.
- If your nails become yellow or thick, grow slowly or even detach, it could indicate lung disease. Learn more about disease warning signs in nails.
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