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According to Dana R. Hando, Nails Help to Illustrate Total Body Health
Date:5/20/2013

fing and polishing, when in reality they are an important part of the human body. When nails begin to take on an unusual appearance, it is a wise idea to seek help from a medical professional. For those who love polish, it is also important to take a break from colors every few weeks in order to give the fingernails and toenails a thorough exam. Many individuals miss key warning signs because their nails are constantly coated in dark polish.”

Delicate fingernails are not resistant to melanoma and other types of skin cancer. A person who thoroughly checks their body for problematic moles may feel surprised to find out that melanoma can actually develop under the nails. Dark brown or black lines that appear on the nail bed are a key indicator of this kind of issue. Regularly examining nails for these kinds of markings is important when it comes to monitoring the skin for signs of trouble.

While broken nails are painful, they can also help a person to realize that a more serious condition is at work. Nails that are brittle and break easily may indicate that there is trouble in the thyroid. This kind of disorder requires treatment from a medical professional. A simple blood test can help a doctor to figure out where a thyroid disorder is at work.

Dana R. Hando comments on the importance of monitoring the nails by saying, “It’s not just about how your nails look when they’re polished, nails help to tell a story about the human body and should not get overlooked.”

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Dana R. Hando is a resident of Houston, Texas, who is a recent college graduate. She completed her degree in psychology and hopes to one day serve as a counselor for young women. Dana frequently helps her mother in her nail salon. She is a trained nail technician and makeup artist, and regularly handles manicures and pedicures for
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