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Hitting the Bullseye With Your Psoriasis Treatment

The growing number of treatments available and increased understanding of the disease mean the goal of lesions covering less than 1 percent of the body could soon be achieved by everyone with psoriasis.

By National Psoriasis Foundation

Pros and Cons of Teledermatology

There are now doctors who can diagnose and treat psoriasis via photographs sent by email or text — but is this as accurate as an in-person appointment?

By National Psoriasis Foundation

Bridging the Patient-Physician Divide

Psoriasis patients and their physicians need to communicate regularly and often so that treatment is tailored to a patient’s specific symptoms.

By National Psoriasis Foundation

11 Ways to Keep Your Feet Happy and Healthy with Psoriatic Arthritis

Your feet take a beating over the course of a day. Here’s what you can do to keep yours as pain-free as possible.

By Casey Nilsson

9 Questions To Ask About Psoriasis Treatments

A psoriasis treatment can be a big decision, and committment. Before you start a new treatment, ask these 9 questions to make sure it's right for you.

By Alisha Bridges

Why Isn't Your Treatment Working? Three Mistakes You May be Making.

Psoriasis treatments are far from one-size-fits-all. If yours isn’t working, there’s probably a reason.

By Alisha Bridges

Nail Psoriasis: How to Prevent a Flare-Up

Nail psoriasis may not be preventable, but these tips for proper nail care can help you have fewer flare-ups.

By HealthAfter50

Meet the Members of Your PsA Treatment Team

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 and find relief.

By Tracy Davenport, Ph.D.

5 Ways to Stay Up-to-Date on Psoriasis News

Educating yourself about your condition and joining online support groups can have a big impact on getting the best care possible.

By Julie Cerrone Croner

New Guidelines Benefit Children With Psoriasis

Kids like Cyrus Harandi with psoriasis are at risk for mental health problems. Now, the first-ever screening guidelines have been published to help doctors address this issue head-on.

By Casey Nilsson