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Psoriasis: How Long Will It Take to Feel Better?

From ultraviolet therapy to creams, Tracy Davenport offers guidelines on how long it will take to feel better from psoriasis.

By Tracy Davenport, Ph.D.

The Perils of Inconsistent Psoriasis Treatment

Many people find it hard to maintain a psoriasis treatment plan. Here are some common roadblocks.

By Alisha Bridges

10 Red Flags of a Psoriatic Arthritis Flare

Recognize psoriatic arthritis before it flares. Pay attention to these 10 red flags to make changes early before the joint pain gets worse.

By Julie Cerrone Croner

From Eyelids to Toes: 10 Body Parts Affected by Psoriasis

Psoriasis can develop on skin anywhere on the body, from the limbs to the eyelids. Here are 10 common places on the body psoriasis shows up and how.

By Claire Gillespie

Do You Experience Social Anxiety With Your Psoriatic Arthritis?

About one-third of people living with psoriasis, including psoriatic arthritis, experience anxiety or have an increased risk. Learn about what factors contribute to it and what you can do.

By Tracy Davenport, Ph.D.

Psoriasis: 5 Tips to Protect Your Eyes

The inflammatory nature of psoriasis can increase risk of developing eye disorders such as uveitis, dry eye, and conjunctivitis. Learn five tips for protecting your eyes.

By Tracy Davenport, Ph.D.

Eczema or Another Skin Condition?

In order to treat eczema correctly, you need the right diagnosis. Read about nine illnesses that share symptoms with eczema in order to know what you have.

By Eileen Bailey

How to Treat Genital Psoriasis

Did you know that your psoriasis medication may not be safe to use on genital psoriasis? Learn about safe and effective treatments for genital psoriasis.

By Claire Gillespie

Have Psoriatic Arthritis Symptoms? Get Them Checked out ASAP

Need some motivation to get your psoriatic arthritis symptoms checked out by a physician? Here are five good reasons you shouldn’t delay your visit.

By Tracy Davenport, Ph.D.

10 Key Autoimmune Symptoms to Track

Identifying our own triggers can help us create a personalized approach to managing our condition.

By Julie Cerrone Croner