Category Archives: "Psoriasis"
Skin allergies are on the rise, particularly in children. In a 2014 National Health Interview Survey (NHIS), researchers found that 11.6 percent of children under the age of 18 suffered from skin allergies. And though many skin allergies go away as kids grow up, not all of them do. If you find that your skin
If you’ve struggled with eczema, rosacea, psoriasis, dermatitis, acne, or other sensitive and inflammatory skin conditions, you may have wondered about light therapy. Is this something that might help, and if so, how can you use it? What is Light Therapy? It used to be that light therapy was reserved only for those with serious
Nina was having lunch with her girlfriend when she started to feel a little self-conscious. Her neck was itching and though she’d scratched a couple times it wouldn’t quit. She tried to ignore it but the itch continued until she had to scratch again, harder this time. Her girlfriend asked if she was okay, and
When you think of an autoimmune disorder, you may think of rheumatoid arthritis or multiple sclerosis (MS), but autoimmune diseases can strike the skin, too. Below we’ve got six common autoimmune diseases that either affect the skin directly, or cause symptoms on the skin. What is an Autoimmune Disease? An autoimmune disease is any disease