The growing part of the nail is under the skin at the nail's proximal end under the
epidermis, which is the only living part of a nail.
Nov 15, 2012 ... ... exercising their fingers have quicker-growing nails than other people, because
the extra blood flow to the fingertips speeds fingernail growth.
Apr 13, 2015 ... Have you ever wondered how fast your fingernails grow? And whether they all
grow at the same rate? Or perhaps you've noticed that your ...
Coconut oil works well for healthy nail growth. It contains important nutrients to
keep your nails moisturized and strong. It also strengthens your cuticles, which ...
The matrix: Each nail begins growing out of a little pocket under your skin. This is
the root of the nail, and it's called the matrix. The matrix constantly makes new ...
Pregnant women also experience accelerated nail growth -- hormones boost
metabolism and increase circulation, which causes nails and hair to grow more ...
Aug 26, 2014 ... Fingernails grow about three-four times faster than toenails. Scientists don't know
what biological mechanism is behind the different growth ...
It is said that "tectonic plates move about as fast as your fingernail grows." How
fast ... nail file. I'll measure the movement of these lines to find the rate of growth.
Sep 14, 2009 ... Researchers from the University of North Carolina compared results to a study of
nail growth published by Oxford University in 1938 and ...