Skin Disorder Patients Can't Recognize Disgust

The brains of patients with the skin condition psoriasis are less responsive to expressions of disgust on other people's faces, a neurological device that may help them cope with the social stigma of the disease, a new study has found. Men with psoriasis, a condition where skin lesions and scaly patches are often visible on the surface of the skin, had a weaker than normal response in the insular cortex when shown images of disgusted faces, according to an online report in the Journal of...Full Story
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