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Athlete's foot is a fungal infection of the skin, usually acquired when walking barefoot in communal areas like gym showers, saunas, even your own bathroom. The fungus grows on floors, bath tubs, shower stalls, and clothing (especially socks) - anywhere that's warm, damp, and dark.
The first place athlete's foot usually appears is between your toes. From there, the fungus can spread to any point on your body, especially those areas which are enclosed and stay warm and moist, like your groin and toenails. Since your shoes typically press your toes together and perspiration keeps the skin damp, once infected, the fungus can spread rapidly.
Symptoms of athlete's foot
How to avoid athlete's foot