One glance at the thermometer and there's no getting around it -- summer is
And while scorching temperatures and high humidity can put a damper on
summer fun for some, for psoriasis patients the hot, moist weather may be just
what the doctor ordered!
"In general, people with psoriasis do better in summer for two main
reasons -- No. 1, there's greater humidity, which helps keep the skin moist,
and No. 2, there's more sunlight exposure," says Bruce Strober, MD,
director of the Psoriasis...