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If you haven't had luck finding a treatment for severe eczema, phototherapy might be worth a shot. Here's what you should know beforehand.
There may not be a cure (yet), but there are many effective ways to manage symptoms—so that you can get right back to doing regularly scheduled life.
Phototherapy has many benefits for the skin disease, but traditionally, convenience has not been one of them. Newer, better DIY units you can use at home could change that.
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From cold compresses to ditching your bra (those tight straps are ruthless on chronic hives!), here are the quickest ways to get temporary relief and set yourself up for long-term success.
Give your complementary PsA treatments a big boost with these tiny tweaks.
You have some seriously effective options for managing symptoms—and a darn good chance at reaching remission, too.