Home > Medical > Skin > Fungal Infections Fungal Infections All sections in Skin » About Skin » Age and Your Skin » Caring for your Skin » Eczema » FAQs » Health Tips » Healthy Hair » Skin News » Real-life Story » Seasons in the Sun » Skin Cancer » Your Skin and the Sun Everything you wanted to know about fungal skin infections, but were too embarrassed to ask. Could climate change help spread dangerous fungal infections? New research indicates that climate change could be increasing the tolerance of fungi to warmer temperatures, making them more likely to infect humans. How biting your nails can cause infections Biting your nails may seem like a pretty harmless habit, but it can put your health at risk. 5 natural ways to treat ringworm What better way to treat irritating, unsightly ringworm than with natural home remedies? Living with a fungal nail infection Fungal infections thrive in moist conditions. Here are some suggestions on how to avoid fungal nail infections. Scared of nasty infections? 7 questions you should ask your salon A simple manicure could potentially cause serious health problems if the salon isn't hygienic. Here’s what you should be looking out for on your next visit. Avoid germs at the gym to protect your skin The bacteria, viruses and fungi that cause skin infections love warm, moist places like sweaty exercise equipment and locker room showers. 7 surprising things in your house that may cause fungal infections You might want to start cleaning up your act (and your house) after reading this. 7 tips to keep your feet fungus-free this summer An unsightly and unpleasant foot fungus is easy to contract, especially during the warmer months. Here are some fool-proof tips on getting (and keeping) your feet summer-ready. How to tell the difference between psoriasis and ringworm Both psoriasis and ringworm cause red, scaly patches on the skin, but how can you tell the difference between the two? Could foot fungus become a thing of the past? No more athlete's foot? Research says it's possible, but there's a catch. load more From our sponsor ADVERTORIAL: Treating bacterial skin infection ADVERTORIAL: What is a bacterial skin infection?