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     Athlete's foot is a skin infection caused by a tiny fungus. It's very easy to catch. You can pick it up if you walk barefoot in warm, damp places, such as in the changing rooms and showers at gyms. Or you can catch it if you touch the skin of someone who already has it.Your feet are the perfect place for this infection to grow, especially between your toes. Your feet are warm, often slightly damp, and full of keratin. Fungi feed on keratin, which is a protein found in nails, skin, and hair. Athlete's foot is a common infection caused by a fungus. It most often affects the space between the toes. Symptoms include itching, burning, and cracked, scaly skin between your toes. You can get athlete's foot from damp surfaces, such as showers, swimming pools, and locker room floors. To prevent it 
    • Keep your feet clean, dry, and cool 
    • Wear clean socks 
    • Don't walk barefoot in public areas 
    • Wear flip-flops in locker room showers 
    • Keep your toenails clean and clipped short Treatments include over-the-counter antifungal creams for most cases and prescription medicines for more serious infections. These usually clear up the infection, but it can come back.

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     Prevalence

    Prevalence in the poland of any valve disease is 2.5%. Of those with fungus disease about 2.0% have Athlete's foot. The prevalence of moderate or severe aortic stenosis in patients more than 75 years old is 4.0%. It is the most common Athlete's foot  disease of the elderly and increases with age. The prevalence is 2.5% at age 75 years and 8.1% at 85 years.

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