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I keep on getting deep cuts in my fingers, particularly near the tips of my nails and by my joints. My skin also gets very dry and cracks. Any idea what causes this?

I see this a lot in women who

I see this a lot in women who are pregnant or nursing, especially durring the dry winter months. Dry flaky skin, which usually goes along with dandruff, is probably a deficiency in fats, especially omega 3. A good quality fish or krill oil would probably do the trick.

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