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According to the Arthritis Foundation, up to 42 percent of those with psoriasis may also acquire psoriatic arthritisat some point during their chronic illness.
An expert weighs out the pros and cons of medical and natural treatments for psoriasis and explains the major differences between them.
For the 2017 budget, President Barack Obama proposed that all funding for abstinence-only sexual health education be cut completely, which would eliminate 10 million dollars of federal funding for such programs. The odds of the budget cut being grant...
We asked people of all ages and genders what it was like to lose their virginity. Here are their answers – including facts you need to know.
Millions of people have psoriasis, and most of the time you wouldn’t even know it. Olympic swimmer Dara Torres talks about raising awareness for her condition.
Psoriasis affects 7.5 million people in the U.S., including 12-time Olympic swimming champion Dara Torres. Read what she says about living with the condition.
HealthCentral writer Alisha Bridges talks about what it was like to grow up with a chronic skin condition.
Where psoriasis appears on your body, and how much of your body it covers, can help determine the best course of treatment.
Contrary to popular belief, it’s not as easy to get pregnant as it may seem. An egg must be available, which only happens once a month. It only stays in the uterus for 12-24 hours. Semen must be present, which can survive inside a woman for about 6 d...