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Did you know there are five different types of psoriasis? Although the appearance and effects of the disease can vary, one thing all people living with the disease have in common are experiences of shame, embarrassment, and isolation. Psoriasis is an immune-mediated disease caused by an overactive immune system response. This article will review each type of psoriasis, what it looks like and its unique challenges.  Plaque Psoriasis Plaque psoriasis is the most common form of the disease. It is characterized by large, primarily symmetrical plaques of dry, inflamed skin that can appear anywhere on the body but commonly on...

Psoriasis on the hands impacts every aspect of your life. Simple, everyday tasks, such as picking up items, writing, typing, and washing dishes, become difficult to do. And when you do these tasks, they can make the symptoms of your psoriasis, such as cracks and blisters, more painful and itchy. Social situations such as shopping can become awkward when people stare and ask, "Is that contagious?". While there is no cure for psoriasis, the good news is the symptoms can be managed. Learn more about top nine natural remedies and lifestyle changes that can positively impact psoriasis symptoms, help control...

Psoriasis is the most prevalent immune-mediated disease in the country, affecting 7.5 million people. Psoriasis can show up anywhere on the body, but one of the most difficult to treat areas is the leg. When psoriasis symptoms appear on the leg, 90% of the time it is diagnosed as plaque psoriasis. Due to the characteristics of the epidermis of the lower extremities, skin around the leg region of the plaques acquires a dense structure. The thickness and severity of the plaques impact how long it takes to treat the leg area. When psoriasis flares on your legs, some of the most...