You might be getting too much fingernash, but that doesn’t mean you have to start wearing gloves.
That’s according to the United States Preventive Services Task Force, which issued a report Thursday suggesting fingernacks are not the problem.
The task force, led by dermatologist Dr. Mark Lohr, says fingernicks are a common problem and can occur anywhere.
They are the result of a combination of a lack of moisture, lack of proper washing and hygiene and, most often, poor sanitation, according to a press release.
“Fingernails have a long history of causing infections,” the press release states.
“If you do not use a good nail care routine, they can also cause ulcers, infections, and scarring.”
Lohr said nail care has been around for thousands of years and people have been using it for thousands more.
Lohrs research, published in the American Journal of Dermatology, showed that the use of nail products has decreased in the United Kingdom and the United states, and that the numbers of people who use nail products have increased.
“Nail care is not only a health issue, but also an economical one, and the average person who uses a nail care product spends about $150 a year,” the study says.
“While it’s important for us to get the right nail care for everyone, we should not focus on people who do not need the treatment.
If you need to use a particular nail care, you can always buy it online or at the salon.”
The report also found that the majority of people using nail care do so for a variety of reasons, including hygiene, skin condition, age and allergies.
But it doesn’t seem that the people who suffer from nail infections will necessarily avoid using nails altogether.
The report found that only 7% of people diagnosed with nail infection reported using nails as a way to prevent infections.
The authors also found nail infections can happen without ever washing the nail and they can be caused by a variety types of infections.
They recommend that anyone with a history of nail infection or a nail problem be tested for nail-related diseases.
They also recommend that people who think they might be having nail problems talk to their doctor or a local nail clinic.