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A new study in JAMA Dermatology finds that "the burdens of overall medical comorbidity and of specific comorbid diseases increase with increasing disease severity among patients with psoriasis." Although it is "conventionally considered a disease limited to the skin and joints, increasing evidence suggests...
An article in The New York Times' Well blog examines Chronic Lyme disease, also known as Post-Treatment Lyme disease Syndrome (PTLDS). Ten to 15 percent of Lyme disease patients report symptoms of PTLDS. Patients are forced to seek treatment from doctors willing to prescribe long-term antibiotics, even...
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