Psoriasis is one of the most common skin conditions affecting three to five percent of people worldwide. Most commonly, it presents as red or white scaling areas on the elbows, knees, belly button, or scalp. The rash from psoriasis is commonly itchy but may become painful or bleed in some patients. For most people, the […]
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Dermatology, Health and Wellness
The New Psoriasis Guidelines That May Finally Get You the Treatment You Need-by Claire Gillespie –Robin Lewallen MD, comments on a new, simplified method of grading psoriasis severity that proves when it comes to treating chronic skin conditions one size does not fit all.
As a chronic autoimmune skin condition, psoriasis can have a huge physical and emotional impact on a person’s life—especially if you’ve been living with it for several years. Inflamed, itchy, scaly patches of skin, which often go hand-in-hand with bleeding, pain, anxiety and stiff, swollen joints, are no party. By this point, you’ve probably tried […]