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What Causes Psoriasis?

September 6, 2012 by  
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Psoriasis is one of the illnesses that have been bothering mankind since time immemorial. This skin disorder is estimated to be affecting about 3% of the current global population. It is affecting young adults, old citizens, and even unborn infants. While many psoriasis patients develop the condition later on in their lives, in numerous cases, […]

Looking At The Causes of Psoriasis

September 6, 2012 by  
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Psoriasis is a chronic skin disorder that inflicts 1% to 3% of the world’s population. It involves periodic flare-ups of well defined red patches with a silvery, flaky covering on the surface of the extensors and scalp. There are several kinds of psoriasis but the most common is plaque psoriasis. Although unknown, there are several […]

Diagnosis and Treatment For Psoriasis

September 6, 2012 by  
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Diagnosis of psoriasis usually comes after the doctor has conducted a physical exam. The practitioner can determine if a patient is suffering from the condition by simply taking a look at the patches on the skin. The doctor performs a skin biopsy to confirm plaque psoriasis. Fortunately, there are home remedies available for treating this […]

Psoriasis Causes – Why Skin Cells Go Crazy

September 6, 2012 by  
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When you have psoriasis, your skin cells run amok. While it normally takes about 30 days for new cells to reach the surface of your skin, in psoriasis they surface in just 3 days – much too fast to be shed. These out-of-control skin cells form plaques – pink, raised patches covered by silvery white […]

What’s the Causes of Psoriasis

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When it comes to the causes of psoriasis there are several different and overlapping theories offered by the medical community. In the following we shall discuss these theories, and also talk a little bit about a new theory that has emerged. Psoriasis is a disease of the skin that is non-contagious, and on average it […]