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Alisha Bridges

Communications Specalist

Location icon United States of America

Worked within media relations for over four years with the use of multi-media. Provides creative, inventive, impactful ideas. Strong commitment to providing awareness and resources to issues that have the most effect on the community.

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Pieces Written by Me

Healthline
07/23/2018
11 Great SPF Products for Darker Skin Tones

As a woman of color, finding the right sunscreen can be difficult and raises a fair number of questions. If you're in need of some guidance, you're in luck. We asked several bloggers, all of whom are women of color, to share their favorite sun-protecting products. Here's what they had to say.

Scope
01/14/2014
My two-decade battle with psoriasis - Scope

We've partnered with Inspire, a company that builds and manages online support communities for patients and caregivers, to launch a patient-focused series here on Scope. Once a month, patients affected by serious and often rare diseases share their unique stories; the latest comes from Alisha Bridges.

Healthline
03/29/2017
What I Learned About My Psoriasis from My Failed Marriage

If you have psoriasis and feel some anxiety around dating, I'd like you to know you're not alone in these thoughts. I've lived with severe psoriasis since I was seven, and used to think I would never find love or be comfortable enough to be intimate with someone.

Healthline
04/20/2017
I Love Someone with Asperger's

When I first met my friend Parker, he seemed a bit different than most people, but I couldn't put my finger on why. At times, I noticed he was exceedingly passionate about certain topics, a bit self-absorbed (his words), and super literal. Oh, and let's not forget his love and obsession for shoes.

Beingmeinmyownskin
03/12/2018
YOU BE THE JUDGE: Prosoria Vs Eucerin

You know what's frustrating? Most topical treatments for psoriasis. The most effective options are usually thick, greasy, smelly, and stains my clothes. There is nothing worse than dressing up, feeling cute, then looking down only to find a huge grease stain, from the ointment you slathered yourself down with, embedded in your blouse.

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