Diet and lifestyle factors may trigger psoriasisDecember 6th 2017
Environmental and lifestyle factors, such as certain foods and infections, may trigger onset of psoriasis and account for approximately 30% of the risk of the condition in people with a genetic preposition, research presented in London shows.
Impaired taste and smell may explain poor nutrition in psoriasis patientsDecember 6th 2017
Psoriasis has long been linked with poor nutrition, high body mass index and metabolic disorders. New research suggests a reduced sense of taste and smell, caused by inflammation, may explain why.
Caffeine can reduce inflammation in patients with eczema and psoriasisDecember 1st 2017
Adding caffeine to topical skin treatments would be a simple way to reduce inflammation in patients with atopic dermatitis and psoriasis, suggests a review presented at the Psoriasis: From Gene to Clinic International Congress, which took place in London this week.
Psoriasis Gene to Clinic Congress HighlightsNovember 28th 2017
Experts from around the world will gather in London at the Psoriasis from Gene to Clinic Congress to present and discuss the most current developments in the understanding of psoriasis and the evidence that will steer future clinical decision making. Watch here for highlights.
Psoriasis patients have a heightened risk of malignant lymphomaNovember 28th 2017
Patients with psoriasis are more likely than the general population to receive a diagnosis of malignant lymphoma. Why? Cutaneous T-cell lymphoma is misdiagnosed as psoriasis and can also be mistaken for atopic dermatitis due to similarities in the skin manifestation.