While eyes are the mirror of our soul, nails are the snapshot of our health! Dermatologists feel that taking good care of our fingernails and toenails and being aware of any rise in situation that calls for a visit to the dermatologist are sure ways to maintain our nails and overall body health.
Our toenails and fingernails protect the tissues of our toes and fingers. These are made of layers of hardened protein called keratin, which is present in our hair and skin too. Healthy nails are smooth and have a consistent color. A yellow patch, a rosy tinge, ridges, dents, bumps and changes in growth rate are indicative of lung, heart, kidney, liver disease, anemia or diabetes while white spots or vertical ridges are harmless.
Different Colors & Nail Changes Represent Different Diseases
Do’s and Don’ts for Healthy Nails
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Dietitian & Nutritionist Dr. Nafeesa Imteyaz.