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I've been blogging for almost three years now on a variety of subjects. I love pets, the internet, and nature, and I usually find a way to enjoy all of those things every day.
My recent niche blogs have been about study skills (http://quickstudytips.com) and psoriasis treatment (http://psoriasistreatmenttips.com)

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by burdell
8 years ago
Topical Treatments for Psoriasis - Some Old, Some New

Psoriasis treatment sometimes seems to be as much of an art as it is a science, but with the modern drugs and regimens your doctor can prescribe, psoriasis can be treated very effectively. If you just have psoriasis over a relatively small amount of skin compared to the rest of your body, your doctor will most likely start with topical treatments.

by burdell
8 years ago
Psoriasis Linked to Obesity and Other Components of Metabolic Syndrome

For the past 30 years, the only reason I've gone to the dermatologist for my psoriasis is when I've run out of refills for the prescription creams and foams I use as needed. He usually gives me a prescription that can be filled many times, so I don't go very often. He's always acted as if psoriasis is just a pesky rash on my elbows and scalp, and I've always thought of it as just that. In reality, psoriasis is a chronic disease and is associated with nearly double the rate of metabolic syndrome that people without psoriasis will have! People with psoriasis need to take care of their total health and be screened for the individual components of metabolic syndrome like high blood sugar, obesity, high triglycerides, and low HDL levels, and take steps to correct any problems that are found before they progress on to diabetes or cardiovascular disease.

by burdell
8 years ago
Study Skills for the Most Rigorous Courses

You may think you know all about how to study, or you may think you don't need to study, but when you start taking a very rigorous class you may get totally blindsided by a failing grade on a midterm exam. I did that. I'd never had to study much in high school, but my first tough chemistry midterm nearly brought my dreams to a screeching halt. I had to get some study skills, and fast!

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