Yellow nails often indicate a fungal infection, according to EverydayHealth. Other causes of yellow nails include injury, skin conditions, smoking cigarettes and using red nail polish, as reported by WebMD. Medical condi... More »

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Nail polish can discolor fingernails for several reasons, explains Self magazine. Color reactions from dark polishes are most common, with colorants reacting to the nail plate and causing yellowing. This reaction can be ... More »

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Smoking cigarettes can cause fingers and teeth to stain a yellow-brown color, explains Johnson & Johnson. It is the tar rather than the nicotine that is responsible for the discoloration. Liver problems can also result i... More »

A fungal infection can cause the nails to change colors. Changing of nail appearances may also be caused by a more serious condition, according to WebMD. More »

Possible causes of right side groin pain in women include arthritis, hip fractures, tendinitis and bursitis, according to Everyday Health. Hernia, gynecological and back issues may also be responsible for right side groi... More »

Fingernail beds that are mostly white with a darker rim can indicate hepatitis or another type of liver problem, according to Everyday Health. This condition, called Terry's nails, affects 80 percent of people with liver... More »

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A bar of soap does not relieve leg cramps, according to Everyday Health. People who use the remedy believe that the soap releases magnesium. Too little magnesium in the system is one source of cramps, as stated by Mayo C... More »

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