Business InsightCool breeze is so nice...It is but it is also a sign of what is goingto change around us. Meteorological fallhas already started and we are about tosee some frosty nights. All patients withchronic skin disorders know exactly whatam thinking of-cold and wind will maketheir skin more itchy, psoriasis will flare,atopic dermatitis will come back with fury,flaking skin will require vacuuming dailyagainPlease, do not wait until it is very bad:remember that early intervention is thebest friend of any chronic problem, andyour skin will love you for that. Early in-tervention allows also for less aggressivetreatment, especially for lower body surface flares. Topical creams and light treatments often can do their work and keepyour psoriasis or eczema at bay.There are patients whose winter flaresare very aggressive and sudden. For those, bulling and peer pressure. We must notthe best would be systemic treatmentWe have several new agents approved dismiss the early signs of that depressionfor psoriasis and there is a huge researchon-going competition to develop similar yearswide range of agents for atopic dermatitisPlease, remember to watch your body- thefact that you had only a few spots beforedoes guarantee few spots forever. Chronicskin disorders tend to be wild and oftenare triggered by life events and circum- questions specific to season related prod-as it can influence young lives for manyEach season requires a little differentiation in handling of our skin. From sun,rain, wind, and cold, through dry or humid air, we need to adjust the skin dailyroutine to what the season demands fromus. Please, visit your dermatologist and askstancesIf you already are receiving the treat- ucts that can help you maintain healthyment that is helpful, do not stop it nowNot only your body will be angry not toreceive its medicine but the weather and costly. They do require, however, that wecold will speed the process of relapsing.Please, pay attention to your children'sskin as well. Many chronic skin disorders getting proper medication to handle yourare genetic and affect immune system. didate for our clinical research. All medi-What a pediatrician could call eczemamight be the beginning of psoriasis if oneof the parents actually has psoriasis. Moredrugs are being tested on children these development as a novel treatment for yourdays and more are getting FDA approval, particular problems. Please, call our officeGrowing up with skin covered in plaques is to discuss if we can include you in one ofnot only physically difficult due to itching the studies.and scaling but it is a psychological burden as well. 75% of pediatric patients suf-fering from chronic skin disorders developsecondary depression related to schooland balanced skin. Many of the productswe recommend are very basic and notdevelop daily habitsAnd finally, if you need assistance inskin disorder, you might be a good cancal care associated with research is free ofcharge and you may try medicine that is inEnjoy the last few days of the late sum-mertime!Michael Bukhalo, MDArlington Dermatology5301 Keystone Court Rolling Meadows, IL 60008Tel. 847 392 5440 www.arlingtondermatology.net Business Insight Cool breeze is so nice... It is but it is also a sign of what is going to change around us. Meteorological fall has already started and we are about to see some frosty nights. All patients with chronic skin disorders know exactly what am thinking of-cold and wind will make their skin more itchy, psoriasis will flare, atopic dermatitis will come back with fury, flaking skin will require vacuuming daily again Please, do not wait until it is very bad: remember that early intervention is the best friend of any chronic problem, and your skin will love you for that. Early in- tervention allows also for less aggressive treatment, especially for lower body sur face flares. Topical creams and light treat ments often can do their work and keep your psoriasis or eczema at bay. There are patients whose winter flares are very aggressive and sudden. For those, bulling and peer pressure. We must not the best would be systemic treatment We have several new agents approved dismiss the early signs of that depression for psoriasis and there is a huge research on-going competition to develop similar years wide range of agents for atopic dermatitis Please, remember to watch your body- the fact that you had only a few spots before does guarantee few spots forever. Chronic skin disorders tend to be wild and often are triggered by life events and circum- questions specific to season related prod- as it can influence young lives for many Each season requires a little differenti ation in handling of our skin. From sun, rain, wind, and cold, through dry or hu mid air, we need to adjust the skin daily routine to what the season demands from us. Please, visit your dermatologist and ask stances If you already are receiving the treat- ucts that can help you maintain healthy ment that is helpful, do not stop it now Not only your body will be angry not to receive its medicine but the weather and costly. They do require, however, that we cold will speed the process of relapsing. Please, pay attention to your children's skin as well. Many chronic skin disorders getting proper medication to handle your are genetic and affect immune system. didate for our clinical research. All medi- What a pediatrician could call eczema might be the beginning of psoriasis if one of the parents actually has psoriasis. More drugs are being tested on children these development as a novel treatment for your days and more are getting FDA approval, particular problems. Please, call our office Growing up with skin covered in plaques is to discuss if we can include you in one of not only physically difficult due to itching the studies. and scaling but it is a psychological bur den as well. 75% of pediatric patients suf- fering from chronic skin disorders develop secondary depression related to school and balanced skin. Many of the products we recommend are very basic and not develop daily habits And finally, if you need assistance in skin disorder, you might be a good can cal care associated with research is free of charge and you may try medicine that is in Enjoy the last few days of the late sum- mertime! Michael Bukhalo, MD Arlington Dermatology 5301 Keystone Court Rolling Meadows, IL 60008 Tel. 847 392 5440 www.arlingtondermatology.net

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Business Insight Cool breeze is so nice... It is but it is also a sign of what is going to change around us. Meteorological fall has already started and we are about to see some frosty nights. All patients with chronic skin disorders know exactly what am thinking of-cold and wind will make their skin more itchy, psoriasis will flare, atopic dermatitis will come back with fury, flaking skin will require vacuuming daily again Please, do not wait until it is very bad: remember that early intervention is the best friend of any chronic problem, and your skin will love you for that. Early in- tervention allows also for less aggressive treatment, especially for lower body sur face flares. Topical creams and light treat ments often can do their work and keep your psoriasis or eczema at bay. There are patients whose winter flares are very aggressive and sudden. For those, bulling and peer pressure. We must not the best would be systemic treatment We have several new agents approved dismiss the early signs of that depression for psoriasis and there is a huge research on-going competition to develop similar years wide range of agents for atopic dermatitis Please, remember to watch your body- the fact that you had only a few spots before does guarantee few spots forever. Chronic skin disorders tend to be wild and often are triggered by life events and circum- questions specific to season related prod- as it can influence young lives for many Each season requires a little differenti ation in handling of our skin. From sun, rain, wind, and cold, through dry or hu mid air, we need to adjust the skin daily routine to what the season demands from us. Please, visit your dermatologist and ask stances If you already are receiving the treat- ucts that can help you maintain healthy ment that is helpful, do not stop it now Not only your body will be angry not to receive its medicine but the weather and costly. They do require, however, that we cold will speed the process of relapsing. Please, pay attention to your children's skin as well. Many chronic skin disorders getting proper medication to handle your are genetic and affect immune system. didate for our clinical research. All medi- What a pediatrician could call eczema might be the beginning of psoriasis if one of the parents actually has psoriasis. More drugs are being tested on children these development as a novel treatment for your days and more are getting FDA approval, particular problems. Please, call our office Growing up with skin covered in plaques is to discuss if we can include you in one of not only physically difficult due to itching the studies. and scaling but it is a psychological bur den as well. 75% of pediatric patients suf- fering from chronic skin disorders develop secondary depression related to school and balanced skin. Many of the products we recommend are very basic and not develop daily habits And finally, if you need assistance in skin disorder, you might be a good can cal care associated with research is free of charge and you may try medicine that is in Enjoy the last few days of the late sum- mertime! Michael Bukhalo, MD Arlington Dermatology 5301 Keystone Court Rolling Meadows, IL 60008 Tel. 847 392 5440 www.arlingtondermatology.net Business Insight Cool breeze is so nice... It is but it is also a sign of what is going to change around us. Meteorological fall has already started and we are about to see some frosty nights. All patients with chronic skin disorders know exactly what am thinking of-cold and wind will make their skin more itchy, psoriasis will flare, atopic dermatitis will come back with fury, flaking skin will require vacuuming daily again Please, do not wait until it is very bad: remember that early intervention is the best friend of any chronic problem, and your skin will love you for that. Early in- tervention allows also for less aggressive treatment, especially for lower body sur face flares. Topical creams and light treat ments often can do their work and keep your psoriasis or eczema at bay. There are patients whose winter flares are very aggressive and sudden. For those, bulling and peer pressure. We must not the best would be systemic treatment We have several new agents approved dismiss the early signs of that depression for psoriasis and there is a huge research on-going competition to develop similar years wide range of agents for atopic dermatitis Please, remember to watch your body- the fact that you had only a few spots before does guarantee few spots forever. Chronic skin disorders tend to be wild and often are triggered by life events and circum- questions specific to season related prod- as it can influence young lives for many Each season requires a little differenti ation in handling of our skin. From sun, rain, wind, and cold, through dry or hu mid air, we need to adjust the skin daily routine to what the season demands from us. Please, visit your dermatologist and ask stances If you already are receiving the treat- ucts that can help you maintain healthy ment that is helpful, do not stop it now Not only your body will be angry not to receive its medicine but the weather and costly. They do require, however, that we cold will speed the process of relapsing. Please, pay attention to your children's skin as well. Many chronic skin disorders getting proper medication to handle your are genetic and affect immune system. didate for our clinical research. All medi- What a pediatrician could call eczema might be the beginning of psoriasis if one of the parents actually has psoriasis. More drugs are being tested on children these development as a novel treatment for your days and more are getting FDA approval, particular problems. Please, call our office Growing up with skin covered in plaques is to discuss if we can include you in one of not only physically difficult due to itching the studies. and scaling but it is a psychological bur den as well. 75% of pediatric patients suf- fering from chronic skin disorders develop secondary depression related to school and balanced skin. Many of the products we recommend are very basic and not develop daily habits And finally, if you need assistance in skin disorder, you might be a good can cal care associated with research is free of charge and you may try medicine that is in Enjoy the last few days of the late sum- mertime! Michael Bukhalo, MD Arlington Dermatology 5301 Keystone Court Rolling Meadows, IL 60008 Tel. 847 392 5440 www.arlingtondermatology.net

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