Ask the Doctors: Keeping an eye on food could help with psoriasis | Lifestyles

Susan S. Johnson

Dear Doctor: I’m 27 years old and have itchy skin that my doctor says is psoriasis. It’s not all the time — it comes and goes. Sometimes it’s bad, and other times it’s not that noticeable. I’ve heard that what you eat matters. Can my diet help prevent or control the condition?

Dear Reader: Psoriasis is a chronic skin condition associated with a malfunction of the immune system. It is marked by the overproduction of skin cells, which results in raised areas of dry, reddened and flaking skin. These areas of inflammation, which are sometimes topped by silvery scales, most

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Building soil and ecosystem health for food and nutritional security: A worm’s eye view

Susan S. Johnson

My father and I were discussing soil restoration the other day, which is not so surprising, given our family’s roots in farming in the U.S. state of Michigan – my grandfather even carried on that tradition when he moved into Detroit for work and rented the vacant lot next door to plant potatoes.

I’m sure he would have felt comfortable joining our soil restoration conversation; after all, it’s a universal concern. The world’s food supplies are still very deeply connected with the soil: without healthy, well-functioning soil, we cannot produce nutritious food. It’s as simple as that. When the soil

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Automotive Glass Design And Display Applied Sciences

That’s why we’re committed to solely the highest-quality service around each turn. I have brought my kia soul in here since its first oil change. The transparency and customer service they deliver is one of the best you’ll find. I completely freaked out after I got a warning signal that I wanted to cease my automobile instantly. Thankful Service First was solely zero.four miles away from where I was positioned. I had been driving round for the last couple months with no a/c in my 2004 Toyota and was able to take it in to the dealership. I stay solo … Read More

The Best Restaurants in San Francisco

Susan S. Johnson

During normal, non-pandemic times, the Eater 38 is our attempt to answer any question that begins, “Can you recommend a restaurant?” It’s a curated list that covers the entire city, spanning numerous cuisines. And, even now, it’s a list that tells the story of the San Francisco food scene, documenting the blend of taquerias, dumpling shops, and tasting menu spots that make this city a unique place to eat — even if what some places are serving at the moment looks very different than it did 10 months ago.

So it is, then, that we’re once again updating the Eater

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