Latest by Tracy Davenport, Ph.D.
Psoriatic arthritis isn't a one-size-fits-all situation. There are five different types, each with its own characteristics and treatment options.
Psoriatic arthritis can affect your feet, eyes, joints, and more over your lifetime. Get to know the many specialists who can help you manage your condition.
Our step-by-step guide will help you take control and get back on the path to healthier skin.
Staying in shape is one way to help control psoriatic arthritis. Start slow and follow this 3-month fitness plan designed for people with inflammatory joint issues.
You can have an exciting vacation with psoriatic arthritis, but you have to plan ahead. These 10 tips can help you have an epic trip flare-free.
Follow these 9 suggestions to stop psoriatic flare-ups early by being proactive about reducing stress and inflammation.
If you're still looking for proof of the mind-body connection, look no further than the link between psoriasis and anxiety. We've got advice on how to heal both.
Psoriasis is no fun anytime, but it can be particularly difficult when it affects your hands. We've got tips to help you cope.
It’s about more than managing flares—these professionals can help you with everything from skincare to anxiety and depression.