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15 March 2016
Psoriasis is a common chronic relapsing skin disease. It is characterized by erythematous scaly lesion and serious itching red on the extensor surfaces of the body, such as elbows, and scalp. Psoriasis affects about 2% of people in the UK. In some patients, symptoms are mild, while in others they can cause physical, social and psychological disability. The cause of psoriasis is not known, but there is a genetic component, with around 30% of people having a family history of the disease.
29 January 2016
The Brain is the most important organ, acting as a control centre. The Brain was one of the important internal organs in Chinese Medicine aspects from two thousand year ago. The function of Brain could be summary as: To dominate the life; the centre of physical activities and to govern the mental activities.