Sometimes I read things that I find quite amazing. They don’t always have anything to do with eczema or psoriasis or even the skin but they still have a bit of the “wow factor”.
Today I thought I would share some of those little facts – just because …
In the course of a life time you will , while sleeping eat 70 assorted insects and 10 spiders.
50 000 cells in your body will have died and been replaced by new cells while you have been reading this sentence.
The most common non contagious disease in the world today is tooth decay.
A person’s entire skin weighs around 4kg (8.75 lb) which is around 7% of the total body weight.
The average person sheds 18kg (39.5 lb) of skin cells in a life time.
About 3% of white adults have psoriasis, however it is uncommon in colored people. It affects both sexes equally and is rare in small children.
In the last 30 years the number of people with eczema has doubled.