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Everything You Need to Know About Chronic Hives

What causes chronic hives? When should you see a doctor? Review these most-asked questions about the condition and educate yourself and others.

By Eileen Bailey

5 Health Advantages of Owning a Pet When Living With Psoriasis

Psoriasis and pets? You’d think they were enemies. But our furry friends actually offer many health advantages for those who live with psoriasis. Here are five.

By Alisha Bridges

5 Ways to Deal With the Embarrassment of Eczema

Embarrassed by your inflamed eczema? Patient expert Ashley Wall offers five practical strategies to feel more comfortable in your own skin.

By Ashley Wall

Letter to My Younger Self Regarding Psoriasis

Patient expert Sabrina Skiles pens a poignant letter to her younger self packed full of insights learned from living with psoriasis.

By Sabrina Skiles

9 Ways to Not Let Eczema Define You

Don’t let your eczema take the driver’s seat. Here are nine practical tips to take control of your skin condition, including skin care, diet, and fashion.

By Eileen Bailey

Psoriasis: On Finding Your Voice and Communicating Your Needs

Dermatologists and others may look at your flaky skin and craft a story of psoriasis for you. Here’s how to articulate find your voice and articulate your needs.

By Alisha Bridges

How to Care for Your Feet If You Have Calluses

Calluses can range from annoying to painful, from almost invisible to unsightly. Eileen Bailey offers practical tips to care for your calluses.

By Eileen Bailey

9 Ways to Be Comfortable in Your Own Skin With Eczema

Become comfortable in your own skin with eczema with these nine practical tips, including self-care strategies, diet recommendations, and ways to prepare for flare-ups.

By Ashley Wall

Top 10 Books on Psoriasis

Ready to curate your own psoriasis library? Start with these favorite picks by Claire Gillespie, including handbooks, memoirs, and cookbooks.

By Claire Gillespie

9 Stupid Things People Say About Psoriasis

No matter if it’s said out of love or rudeness, many comments about psoriasis are just plain stupid and inaccurate. Here are some favorites followed by facts.

By Alisha Bridges