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Get Your Flu Shot, Not the Flu

Monday, October 7, 2019
It seems like fall has just begun, but we’re already talking about the flu virus.
It is difficult to predict what type of flu will be prominent each year. Flu seasons are unpredictable for a variety of reasons: the timing, severity, and length of the season usually vary from one year to another. Flu season typically peaks between December and February, but physicians are already starting to see some of the first cases.

Psoriasis is More Than Skin Deep

Wednesday, August 14, 2019

The dermatological medical community has known for a long time that psoriasis, a chronic, inflammatory condition of the skin, is extremely common and affects approximately 3 percent of the U.S. population. The classic presentation of psoriasis is thick, red, scaly plaques on the elbows and knees. Other common areas of involvement include the scalp, genitalia, palms and soles, buttocks and fingernails.