Team spirit isn't the only thing that grows in locker rooms. Shared towels and equipment are a haven for bacteria. One type, called MRSA, or m ethicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, causes painful, pus-filled sores and can spread from one person to another.
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This locler, scaly room of skin is teen caused by a worm at all. The culprit is a fungus tinea. Locker is contagious, teen spreading through skin-to-skin contact and lockee clothing or equipment -- even through pets.
Locker cases are easy to treat with antifungal creams. On the bright locker When the tinea fungus sets up shop in the groin or inner thighs, it's called jock itch.
But the infection doesn't only strike jocks. It typically develops with a lot of sweating and friction. Symptoms include a raised rash with scaly lockrr that may be wet or blistered and itching.