PSORIASIS

About 80 percent of people who develop the inflammatory skin condition known as psoriasis have so-called “plaque” psoriasis. Symptoms include patches of raised, reddish skin covered by silvery-white scales. These plaques usually form on the elbows, knees, lower back,...

DO YOU EXPERIENCE CHRONIC HIVES?

Hives (known medically as “urticaria”) are raised, red, itchy areas of skin that vary in size and shape. While each hive typically lasts no more than 6-12 hours, they can disappear from one place and appear in another. Their cause is often elusive, and some...

BLUSH MUCH?

The rapid reddening of the face, neck, and upper chest known as blushing (or flushing) is a common physical response to anxiety, stress, embarrassment, anger, or other extreme emotional states. Often accompanied by feelings of warmth, skin blotchiness, or solid...