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Journal of Drugs in Dermatology: "Psoriasis and its comorbidities."
National Psoriasis Foundation: "Images Link Psoriasis to Other Diseases," "About Psoriatic Arthritis," "Cardiovascular Disease," "Does Obesity Lead to Psoriasis?" "Depression," "Psoriasis tied to higher risk for type 2 diabetes," "Psoriasis Linked to Metabolic Syndrome," "Psoriasis, psoriatic arthritis connected to Crohn's," "Diet and Psoriasis," "Uveitis: A Threat to Eyesight," "New study points toward increased risk for some cancers in people with psoriasis," "Psoriasis alone raises risk for nonalcoholic liver disease," "Kidney Disease More Likely with Moderate to Severe Psoriasis."
Dermatology Research and Practice: "Psoriasis and Cardiovascular Risk: Assessment by CUORE Project Risk Score in Italian Patients."
American College of Rheumatology: "Psoriatic Arthritis."
The Arthritis Foundation: "What Is Psoriatic Arthritis?"
Jon T. Giles, MD, assistant professor of medicine, Columbia University School of Medicine.
The Psoriasis and Psoriatic Arthritis Alliance: "Psoriasis and the Heart."
JAMA News Network: "Psoriasis Associated with Diabetes, BMI & Obesity in Danish Twin Study."
U.C. Davis Health System: "People with severe psoriasis have nearly twice the risk of diabetes."
PlosOne: "Fast food intake increases the incidence of metabolic syndrome in children and adolescents: Tehran Lipid and Glucose Study."
American Academy of Dermatology: "Psoriasis."
Brazilian Annals of Dermatology: "Psoriasis: New comorbidities."
The Dermatologist: "Comorbidities in psoriasis."
National Eye Institute: "Facts About Uveitis."
Journal of Clinical and Aesthetic Dermatology: "Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease and Psoriasis."
National Kidney Foundation: "About Chronic Kidney Disease."
Choosing Wisely: "Bone Density Tests."
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