When you have a chronic condition like psoriatic arthritis, your partner is affected too. Here’s how to be supportive and understanding of one another.
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Having psoriasis increases your risk of certain diseases, such as high blood pressure and depression. Here’s what to know.
These strategies will help educate people about what psoriasis is—and isn’t—as well as reduce stigma around the disease.
Biologics target the main proteins that have been shown to cause psoriatic arthritis and can help patients manage their disease more effectively.
Everyone with psoriasis has different triggers. Here, the author shares a few common activities that cause her to flare.
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Patient expert Julie Cerrone reflects on how she got her start with the National Psoriasis Foundation, and how advocacy can shape one’s life.