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  1. Mirisar
    Oct 16,  · Use a sharp manicure scissors or clippers. Trim your nails straight across, then round the tips in a gentle curve.
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  2. Zumuro
    SAN DIEGO — As of Friday, people can get professional manicures or pedicures in San Diego County. The big reopening comes after nail salons were shut down for more than three months due to .
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  3. Dozshura
    That’s a classic sign of a habit tic deformity, where people chronically rub or pick the cuticle of the thumb with their index finger as the nail is being formed. It creates a washboard-like series.
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  4. Kazrarg
    The medical name for this condition is onychomadesis (on-ah-coe-ma-dee-sis). A fever, injury, chemotherapy, or major stress can cause your nails to grow slowly or stop growing. If you cannot think of what could may have caused your nails to grow slowly or stop growing, see your dermatologist or .
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  6. Mukree
    Don’t bite or tear at your nails, or pull on hangnails. Always use nails clippers and trim them after you bathe, when nails are still soft. Keep your nails dry and clean. Using sharp manicure scissors, trim your nails straight across, rounding the tips balladolisgraveldefenderperilore.xyzinfo: Ann Pietrangelo.
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  7. Tuzahn
    Dec 21,  · Paronychia is a skin infection that develops around the nail. It occurs when bacteria or fungi get under the skin. Paronychia can result from biting or chewing the nails.
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  8. Zulujind
    Nails that are thick, slow-growing, and yellow often point to lung diseases like emphysema or chronic bronchitis. Fluid in your lungs and hands also can lead to yellow nail syndrome. So can.
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