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Patient expert Ashley Wall compiles a list of 10 foods that benefit skin and eczema in the fall and winter months.
Lowering stress, eating the right foods, and getting sunshine are just three ways patient advocate John Redfern keeps his psoriasis at bay. Here’s an interview with the creator of Smart Psoriasis Diet.
Can certain foods trigger a chronic hive flare-up? Can a low-histamine diet relieve symptoms? Studies render different results. Here's a succinct summary of the research.
Complementary treatments are not considered scientifically proven to help or improve melanoma but may reduce side effects or improve quality of life.
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.
Chocolate, dairy, foods high in saturated fats, are they still the culprits for acne breakouts?
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.
When you’re living with a chronic condition like hives, you want to make sure all those foods you’re eating are helping your body in the best way possible.
While what you eat can’t cure psoriasis, choosing certain foods—and avoiding others—may provide relief.
Hives can come in different forms–acute, chronic or physical–and have an even greater number of triggers. Here’s a guide to the most common hive-causing triggers.