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  • Your Nails

    ... Nails start in the nail root, hidden under the cuticle. ... The newly formed nail then
    slides along the nail bed, the flat surface under your nails. ...

  • Movie: Nails

    Movie: Nails. Your nails aren't just there to look pretty. Watch this nails video
    to find out how nails grow and why you shouldn't bite them! ...

  • Quiz: Nails

    Quiz: Nails. How much do you know about your nails? Find out by taking this
    quiz! ... Nails Article Nails Movie Nails Activity Nails Word Find. ...

  • Fungal Infections

    ... It most often affects the skin around the nails or the soft, moist areas around
    body ... of the irritated skin or clip off a piece of hair or nail and look at it ...

  • Word! Lunula

    Word! Lunula. Lunula. Say: loon-yuh-luh. Take a look at your thumb and
    you'll see this: it's the light half-moon shape at the very bottom of your nail. ...

  • Taking Care of Your Skin

    ... soap. You should lather and rub everywhere, including the palms,
    the wrists, between the fingers, and under the nails. ...

  • How the Body Works Scavenger Hunt Answer Sheet

    ... Question: What's the white part of the eyeball called? Answer: The sclera Where
    to find it: Your Eyes; Question: What are nails made of? ...

  • Word! Ringworm

    Word! Ringworm.

  • How the Body Works Scavenger Hunt

    ... What's the white part of the eyeball called? What are nails made of? What
    are the tiniest tubes in the lungs called? See the answers.

  • How the Body Works: Movies

    ... Movie: Nails; Movie: Nose; Movie: Skin; Movie: Teeth; Movie: Tongue; Movie:
    Urinary System. Spanish Movies, Too. Looking for movies in Spanish? ...



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