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9 Things People with Psoriatic Arthritis Wish Others Knew

If you could have your friends and loved ones understand one aspect of psoriatic arthritis, what would it be? Start with this great list that sheds misconceptions about the condition.

By Tracy Davenport, Ph.D.

9 Mantras for Psoriatic Arthritis

Find inspiration for living daily with psoriatic arthritis by reading these mantras by patient expert Diane Talbert

By Diane Talbert

Decoding Your Psoriatic Arthritis Bloodwork

Psoriatic disease is all about inflammation. Your blood work will tell you the full story, but it helps to know how to decode the results. Learn what your results are saying.

By Casey Nilsson

Psoriatic Disease Patient Advocate Lori-Ann Holbrook Up Close and Personal

Get to know psoriatic disease patient advocate Lori-Ann Holbrook and find out why she started her blog and how she practices self-care.

By Julie Cerrone Croner

Psoriatic Arthritis: 9 Ways to Know if a Group Fitness Class Is Right for You

Living with psoriatic arthritis? Find out if a group fitness class is right for you.

By Tracy Davenport, Ph.D.

What to Do When You’re Diagnosed With Psoriatic Arthritis

Three top psoriasis bloggers weigh in on what to do after diagnosed with psoriatic arthritis.

By Sabrina Skiles

9 Lessons Learned From Living With Psoriatic Arthritis

After living with psoriatic arthritis for 25 years, patient advocate Diane Talbert shares nine insightful lessons on managing her condition, from asking for help to finding the right doctor.

By Diane Talbert

Sleeping Well With Psoriatic Arthritis

Joint pain and itchiness can disrupt healthy sleep. But some simple, proactive steps can help.

By Eileen Bailey

Study: Psoriatic Arthritis Improves in Pregnancy

Researchers in Norway found that 75 percent of women experienced low psoriatic arthritis activity during pregnancy.

By Casey Nilsson

Living With Psoriatic Arthritis: One Woman’s Journey

Diane Talbert is proof that psoriatic arthritis need not come in the way of living a full and meaningful life. Here’s a profile of this patient advocate.

By Diane Talbert