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Mar 02

Psoriasis – What they don’t want you to know

Did you know

conventional Psoriasis cures rarely work. Instead, they typicaly

cover the symptoms and never cure Psoriasis from the root.

Typical Psoriasis treatments include creams, pills, herbs and

supplements among other things. All of which focus on temporarily

relief from Psoriasis, and for a reason. Companies spend millions of

dollars in research to create such products, get them approved by

medical organizations such as the FDA and in marketing them.

Therefore, companies that produce Psoriasis treatments see

Psoriasis sufferers as a gold mine the more there are the more

money they make off them. The more sever Psoriasis is the more

demand for their products.

Additionally, such companies do their best to safeguard their interest

and the last thing they want is that Psoriasis sufferers are cured

permanently which would mean that no one will buy their products

anymore.

This is the reason why the large companies never

develop permanent cures; because such cures would be against their

own financial interest.

Instead, they create treatments that cover the symptoms and

outbreaks of Psoriasis (so that people will buy their product) while at

the same time they pay particular attention that Psoriasis sufferers

are not cured permanently (so that sufferers keep on buying and

buying their products).

This is the sad truth that I found myself, the hard way. Most Psoriasis

sufferers pass through something similar as well

Moreover, it is well advertised that there is no cure for psoriasis. The

disease can only be managed through treatment – something that is

particularly accurate or true.

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Mar 01

First Alarm- Firefighter Workouts – Firefighter Fitness – TACFIT Fire Fighter

First Alarm- Firefighter Workouts - Firefighter Fitness - TACFIT Fire FighterFire Captains Christian Carson and Ryan Provencher developed First Alarm to fill the void that exists in the fire service for a specific and comprehensive firefighter fitness program.  Christian and Ryan are both TACFIT Division Chiefs and have been training firefighters in TACFIT since 2005.

To design First Alarm, we began by analyzing common fire ground tasks and then selected exercises that mimic these tasks.  In other words, the skills that we perform are the basis for the exercise selection.  Not the other way around.
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Feb 26

Cellulite Reduction and Treatment Skinny Jeans, Thin Thighs, Slim Sexy Slender Legs, Round Butt, Curvy Hips, Shapely Calves

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Feb 26

Explode Your Deadlift… Get your strongest pull ever, in as little as 30 days

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I have often been called the King of the Deadlift. Only 13 men in the history of strength sports have Deadlifted 900lbs or more in a Powerlifting competition. I’ve pulled 900lbs over 30 times. What’s more… I was the first man EVER to pull 1000lbs.
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Feb 24

Winter eczema running high among adults and children

By Sue Hubbard, M.D.12:04 p.m. EST, February 18, 2014

I received an email (and photos!) the other day from a mother concerned about finding a “spot” on her 6-year-old son’s back. The boy was otherwise well and Mom didn’t see any other “spots” or rash.

Her son had complained that the “spot” was itchy, so the mother applied some over-the-counter cortisone cream (which I always tell patients to try). When the spots didn’t improve after two days (although they didn’t get worse), the mother thought the problem might be ringworm, so she applied an OTC anti-fungal cream. Again, the problem didn’t clear up, but did not worsen or spread.

Now, in medicine, you learn about red herrings that are part of a patient’s history, though they usually have no bearing on a current problem. In this case, the family dog had developed a lesion, which a veterinarian diagnosed as a staph infection. The vet told the patient’s mom that the skin problem was not contagious to humans. Are we talking red herring or have we found the problem?

After reviewing the photos, I began thinking the boy’s problem might be nummular eczema (nummular meaning “coin- shaped,” hence the round appearance of the spot), as the outbreak was not bothersome other than being itchy, and eczema is often called the “itch that scratches.”

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Feb 23

Eczema Free Review | “Eczema Free” E-book Helps Users Eliminate Eczema Naturally

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(PRWEB) February 20, 2014

Eczema Free” is a 73-page e-book by Blake Helton who promises to give users a step-by-step system to eliminate eczema naturally. In other words, it offers a thorough approach in this skin condition that enables users to overcome eczema. They will also explore the myth of the so-called eczema “cure”. A review of “Eczema Free” on the site abb2u.com points out whether people should buy this book.

The review on the site abb2u.com indicates that “Eczema Free” teaches users to resist and fight eczema safely and quickly. The book helps users identify their own eczema triggers. It teaches users how to avoid eczema triggers and recover quickly. Besides, it guides users to minimize boost their immunity and fix the malfunctions that are responsible for causing uncontrolled flare-ups. Moreover, they can track their progress and overcome obstacles during their treatment. Not only will users learn how to eliminate their own eczema but they will also know how to protect their children against this unpleasant condition.

This 47-dollar e-book comes with a 60-day money-back guarantee. The author gives users 4 extra bonuses including The Eczema Free Diet, The Seasonal Guide To Eczema, Overcoming Eczema Anxiety, and No More Scars. These e-books aim to assist users to get rid of eczema completely. Besides, users will receive free updates of “Eczema Free”.

The full review of “Eczema Free” can be viewed on the site abb2u.com. Further details of “Eczema Free” are available on the official website.

 

Feb 23

Topical treatments for psoriasis: Molecules to watch

Topical treatments for psoriasis: Molecules to watch

By: JENNIE SMITH, Skin & Allergy News Digital Network

Though it’s been more than a decade since a new class of topical medication has been approved for psoriasis, there are several promising new anti-inflammatory compounds to keep an eye on, says Dr. Linda Stein Gold.

Dr. Stein Gold, director of dermatology clinical research and division head of dermatology in the Henry Ford Health System in Detroit and West Bloomfield, Mich., highlighted several molecules first developed as oral therapies that are now under clinical investigation as topical treatments for psoriasis. If successful in phase III trials, these could offer important alternatives to topical steroids and vitamin D analogues, she said at the Hawaii Dermatology Seminar sponsored by Global Academy for Medical Education/Skin Disease Education Foundation.

Steroids can cause skin atrophy, among other adverse effects, when used long term, and vitamin D analogues can cause irritation.

Dr. Linda Stein Gold

 

The topical treatments in development, if successful, could fill an important need for patients whose disease is not severe enough to require systemic treatments, or as add-on therapies for patients whose psoriasis is not adequately controlled with systemic treatments.

Dr. Stein Gold named Janus kinase (JAK) inhibitors as a key group of medicines that block cytokine signaling in receptors involved in psoriasis. One topical formulation containing JAK 1 and 2 inhibitor was shown in a 2012 phase II trial (n = 29) to be well tolerated and to improve lesion thickness, scaling, and total area, with few and mild adverse events (J. Am. Acad. Dermatol. 2012;67:658-64).

A different JAK inhibitor, tofacitinib, which has also been studied in oral formulations as a treatment for psoriasis, was also recently shown to be effective as a topical formulation, improving clinical signs of plaque psoriasis in a 2013 phase IIa trial (Br. J. Dermatol. 2013;169:137-45)

Finally, Dr. Stein Gold talked about AN2728, a boron-containing molecule that works by inhibiting phosphodiesterase 4. Topical treatment with AN2728 was seen in a 2011 manufacturer-sponsored phase II study (n = 140) to show significant reductions in thickness and clinical improvement in the psoriatic plaque without dermal irritation. (41st ESDR, Barcelona, poster 244)

Dr. Stein Gold stressed the validity of complementary treatment with both topical corticosteroids and vitamin D analogues in psoriasis – and even topical tazarotene and tar – but said there was an “active future” for the new molecules.

Dr. Stein Gold disclosed relationships with Leo, Medicis, Stiefel, Galderma, Novartis, and Taro. SDEF and this news organization are owned by the same parent company.

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Feb 23

Many forms of psoriasis and as many treatments

           

Psoriasis is a skin condition many may have heard about from TV ads promoting prescription drugs. However, there are several ways to treat the disease, and the medications that are typically advertised are often the last in a line of treatments used by those with the condition.

According to the National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases, psoriasis is a skin disease that results in scaling and inflammation. It’s often associated with pain, swelling, heat and redness.

It’s a condition that affects about 2 percent of the population, according to Dr. Mona Mofid, a dermatologist at Sharp Grossmont Hospital in La Mesa, and there are many forms of the disease. The condition is chronic, and while she said there’s no cure, it’s something patients and doctors work to keep under control.

The most common form, she said, is plaque psoriasis, which generally affects the skin around joints such as the elbows and knees. It’s often marked by large, scaly, silvery patches that itch.

Other forms, such as inverse psoriasis, often target the folds of the skin, including the groin, armpits and under the breasts. Some forms of psoriasis are found on the face and scalp, creating a form of “dandruff on the face,” while other types affect the whole body and can be life-threatening.

While the cause of the disease is unknown, Mofid said different genes are being examined to pinpoint its origin. She likens the skin cells of those with psoriasis to being “on overdrive basically.” According to WebMD.com, the cells mature about five times faster than cells in normal skin.

“And unlike normal skin cells, which naturally slough off, these cells pile up on the skin’s surface almost faster than snow on a snowdrift,” according to the website.

Although the cause of the disease is unclear, Mofid said there are known triggers for psoriasis, mainly stress. She said stress that causes the disease to flare up can come in many forms. There’s emotional stress — everything from work or money issues to life-altering events such as death or divorce — and there’s also physical stress, She said something that physically taxes the body, like getting the flu, breaking a leg, even banging an elbow into a desk at work, can cause the disease to make its presence known.

“There’s often a trigger for psoriasis,” she said. “Something turns it on. Psoriasis loves elbows, knees and shins. It will flare with trauma.”

She added that alcohol use, smoking and obesity have been shown to inflame psoriasis.

Just as there are many forms of the disease, there are also many options for controlling it. Mofid said many patients try topical vitamin D ointments that are helpful. If those don’t provide relief, there are oral medications, but she said those run the risk of affecting the immune system or liver. Treatment is also available with ultraviolet light, she said, but the light can increase the risk of skin cancer and the treatment is time-consuming.

If and when other treatments fail — or if there’s joint involvement — medications such as Enbrel and Humira can be prescribed. But Mofid said the treatment can be costly and insurance typically won’t cover it unless other treatments have been exhausted first.

In addition to traditional treatment, she said some patients have success coupling what their doctor gives them with over-the-counter lotions containing ceramides, which she said helps “make better skin.” And she said those who use pure coconut or olive oils on their skin or adhere to diets rich in fruits and vegetables are better able to control the disease.

For the most part, she said, those who “make certain lifestyle changes and are diligent with topical treatment,” are able to live normally with psoriasis.

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Feb 23

The Five Tibetan Rites: Chet Day’s Annotated Version of Peter Kelder’s Classic Tibetan Rejuvenation Rites

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Feb 23

The Transformation Truth — How To Get Ripped With Just Average Genetics

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The Transformation Truth incorporates a never before seen approach to exercise. By combining BOTH aerobic and anaerobic workouts together, you can simultaneously build muscle and burn fat. Rather than lifting weights and doing boring cardio workouts, you will be lifting lighter weight with higher rep counts. This essentially knocks out two birds with one stone because you’ll be activating your muscles AND elevating your heart rate.
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