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Fungal diseases are most often caused by a person breathing in or otherwise coming into contact with a fungus that is prevalent in the environment. According to the Centers for Disease Control, there are 1.5 million types of fungi in the world and 300 of those can make people sick.

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Fungal infections of the hands are caused by trichophyton rubrum, a dermatophytic fungus. This infection is commonly transmitted by direct contact with infected people, animals, soil or household articles, such as towels and bed sheets, according to the American Academy of Family Physicians.

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Facial fungus infections are caused by direct skin-to-skin contact with a dermatophyte fungus. The infectives that cause facial fungus often come from existing fungal infection of the feet or nails. There are two types of fungal infections of the face: tinea faciei and tinea barbae, with the latter

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Hydrogen peroxide and fungicides are common treatments that combat tree fungus. Keeping a tree healthy with regular maintenance also combats tree fungus, by preventing it from growing.

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Treatment for foot fungus, also known as athlete's foot, includes application of a topical anti-fungal medication, according to WebMD. In severe cases, oral antibiotics may be administered to treat foot fungus.

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Foot fungus is a fungal infection caused by a microscopic fungus that dwells on the dead tissue of toenails and outer skin layers. It usually occurs between the toes. Foot fungus causes itchiness, redness, a burning sensation, and sometimes sores and blisters on the affected toe. It’s also known as

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While athlete's foot is the best-known foot fungus, National Geographic reports there are more than 100 types of fungi growing on the feet, most of which are harmless. Some of them are beneficial and break down oils in lotions to aid in moisturizing the skin.

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Symptoms of stomach fungus include rectal itching, bloating, gas, intestinal cramps, and diarrhea or constipation, according to Dr. Mark Hyman. Patients may also experience chronic fatigue, general malaise, loss of energy and a decreased libido if they have a stomach fungus.

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Nail fungus can usually be treated at home with an anti-fungal nail cream or ointment, reports the Mayo Clinic. Applying Vicks VapoRub to the nail is another recommended treatment for the condition. Patients should wash, trim and thin the nails before attempting treatment of the affected areas.

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Nail fungus, also called onychomycosis, is an infection of toenails or fingernails by fungus, yeast or mold. Symptoms of nail fungus include yellow or white spots at the edge of the nail.