When you think of psoriasis, you probably think about the skin. It is true that this disease primarily causes skin symptoms – that of itchy or sore patches of thick, reddened skin covered with silvery scales. However, psoriasis has also now been linked to a higher risk of a liver ailment known as nonalcoholic fatty […]

More than 8 million Americans experience the uncomfortable, chronic skin condition of psoriasis. Psoriasis leads to dry, scaly, and painful patches of skin, typically on the joints, face, neck, trunk, arms, hands, feet, and scalp. Cures remain out of reach, but there are many treatment choices that help manage the dermatological symptoms of psoriasis. People […]

The calling card of psoriasis is uncomfortable skin symptoms, such as red patches of dry, cracked skin. However, the more researchers look into this disease, the more they discover that psoriasis affects many different areas of the body, beyond the skin. Conversely, health conditions affecting non-skin parts of the body may also affect the risk […]

More than 7 million Americans experience psoriasis, the skin condition that creates dry, scaly, painful, and itchy patches of skin. Typical locations for psoriasis include the joints, face, neck, trunk, arms, hands, feet, and scalp. The problem with psoriasis does not end at the skin. One in every three people with psoriasis also develop psoriatic […]

Psoriasis goes more than skin deep. Although primarily thought of as a skin disease, psoriasis develops into psoriatic arthritis in approximately 30% of psoriasis patients. Psoriatic arthritis, in turn, often complicates diagnosis and treatment. Meanwhile the disease process can be heading toward impaired function and a compromised quality of life. For many years, the prevailing […]

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