A study of almost 78,000 women found that those with high blood pressure for more than six years had a 27% higher risk of developing psoriasis than women with normal BP levels. The use of beta-blockers for at least six years was associated with a nearly 40% increased risk of the having the skin condition compared with women who never used the drugs. The findings appear in the journal JAMA Dermatology.
High BP levels may predict psoriasis risk in women
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