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How can a person avoid athlete foot?

Wear shoes, sandals, or shower shoes in public places.


Is it possible to have a allergic reaction to a person with athletes foot?

Athlete's foot is not contagious


Why is athletes foot called athletes foot?

this is called athletes foot because the first person to get it was an athlete:0...


What are facts about athlete's foot?

You can get athlete's foot on ur hand


When was The Athlete's Foot created?

The Athlete's Foot was created in 1972.


What phylum is athlete's foot in?

The phylum for athlete's foot is Ascomycota. Athlete's foot belongs to the Fungi Kingdom and is in the class of Eurotiomycetes.


How can you avoid getting athletes foot?

to avoid contact with bare floor where other people have been with a fungie foot problem


Is athlete's foot infectious or noninfectious?

athlete's foot is a noninfectious disease


Is athlete's foot a type of pathogen?

Yes, athlete's foot is caused by a fungus.


What is athlete's foot?

Athlete's foot is a very common condition. Athlete's foot is caused by a fungal infection of either one foot or both feet. Athlete's foot is usually mild and often affects the skin in between the toes causing it to become red. flaky and itchy. The medical name for athlete's foot is tinea pedis.


How is the person suffering with athlete's foot treated?

athlete's foot can be treated by a cream, spray, and by changing socks and footware frequently. I have had athletes foot before and I got a cream to spread n it and it went away in two weeks or less.


What is something that can grow on your foot?

athlete's foot !

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