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New, Faster Infusion for Psoriatic Arthritis

A biologic medication that requires less time commitment may be welcome news for some patients with psoriatic arthritis or ankylosing spondylitis.

By Monica Beyer

Dear Family: It's Not the Turkey That’s Making Me Tired

The holidays offer an opportunity for a young woman to explain her psoriatic arthritis to her family.

By Casey Nilsson

12 Things You Need to Know About Psoriasis

Psoriasis is a complex disease that manifests itself in different ways in different people. Get answers to your common questions and concerns.

By Sabrina Skiles

Can Fire Ants Tame Psoriasis?

When a filmmaker was bitten by fire ants during a shoot in Central America, her psoriasis improved. Then she discovered research that backed up the use of the insects’ venom to reduce flares.

By Casey Nilsson

Psoriasis: Myths and Facts

Psoriasis affects approximately 7.5 million Americans, yet myths about the condition abound. Here, we clear up common misconceptions.

By Eileen Bailey

Biologics and Biosimilars for Psoriatic Arthritis

Biologics target the main proteins that have been shown to cause psoriatic arthritis and can help patients manage their disease more effectively.

By Julie Cerrone Croner

My 4 Biggest Psoriasis Triggers

Psoriasis triggers are different for everyone. These are the four that cause me flares almost every time, including swimming, hot showers, and alcohol.

By Alisha Bridges

Are Products for General Skincare Safe for Psoriasis?

Tempted to try scrubs, brushes, or peels intended for people without psoriasis? Read these do’s and don’ts from a dermatologist.

By Casey Nilsson

Amberlee's Psoriatic Arthritis Journey With Biologics

After eight years of severe symptoms, Amberlee Barricklow was diagnosed with psoriatic arthritis and put on biologics. Here, she talks about her experience with these medications.

By Julie Cerrone Croner

Is Psoriasis Worse for Men?

Who has it worse with psoriasis, men or women? This study suggests that men often have more severe symptoms and use more potent medications.

By Eileen Bailey