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Should You Lay Off the Cheese and Yogurt — Or Load Up?

Conflicting research says that for some inflammatory conditions, dairy is harmful, while for others, it’s actually helpful. Find out if your condition is one that should be loading up on cheese, or ridding dairy altogether.

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Special Report: What to Eat When You Have Psoriasis or Psoriatic Arthritis

Get the latest diet and food recommendations from the National Psoriasis Foundation medical advisory board.

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The Best Smoothies for Psoriatic Arthritis

If you are living with psoriatic arthritis, try these smoothie recipes that are chock-full of foods known to help you feel your best.

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Be a Better Cook With Psoriatic Arthritis

A PsA diagnosis doesn't mean you have to give up cooking. Here are helpful tips to make time in the kitchen less stressful on your joints.

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How to Weather the Winter With Psoriatic Arthritis

Symptoms of psoriatic arthritis often worsen in the winter. Here’s how to take care of yourself so you can enjoy the season.

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Fall Superfoods: Butternut Squash Recipes

Not only is it delicious roasted, in fry form, as a soup, and even as brownies, but it’s packed with nutrients.

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Fight Psoriasis Inflammation With Turmeric

Turmeric can have amazing anti-inflammatory properties for people with psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis. Read 8 ways to use the spice in your everyday life.

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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.

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These Harvest Foods Can Fight Inflammation

If you are what you eat, here’s a list of hearty, anti-inflammatory fall and wintertime foods that satisfy your appetite and can help prevent psoriatic pain.