The latest news and trends on psoriatic arthritis, including symptoms to watch out for, treatment options, and how to manage the condition at home and work.
Read the science behind the connection between psoriatic arthritis and osteoporosis and osteopenia, as well as tips for preventing bone damage.
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.
Bone changes, including erosions and bone spurs, caused by psoriatic arthritis (PsA) and psoriasis increase with age, according to German researchers.
Combined clinics are popping up across the U.S. to treat psoriasis, psoriatic arthritis, and other conditions. Learn what research says about collaboration.
One-third of people with psoriatic arthritis will claim short-term or permanent disability. Here’s what you need to know about filing a disability claim.
Managing weight gain is especially challenging when living with psoriatic arthritis. Here are seven practical tips, including recognizing triggers, trying low-impact exercises, and getting support.
Foot pain often comes with psoriatic arthritis and can lead to other complications. Protect and be good to your feet with these nine tips.
What's your personal pain scale? Learn how to anticipate and prevent flares; how to collaborate with your care team for effective therapies; and how to adapt your favorite activities to PsA.
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Researchers at the University of Cambridge have designed a new technique to monitor joint damage in people with arthritis and detect tiny changes in the joints – a development that could lead to better understanding about how arthritis progresses.
A healthy lifestyle can help you feel and look your best, but new research published in Circulation, the journal of the American Heart Association (AHA), suggests it can also increase longevity by 14 years for women and 12 years for men.