Comorbidities Quick Guide

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People living with psoriatic disease have an increased risk of experiencing a comorbidity. A comorbidity is a disease or condition that occurs because of or is related to a health condition you have, such as psoriasis.

High blood pressure, cardiovascular disease, and type 2 diabetes are all comorbidities of psoriatic disease. Request your Comorbidities Quick Guide to learn more about:

  • Understanding your risk for comorbidities
  • Psoriatic arthritis as the most common comorbidity
  • Tips to manage your overall health

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