The growing number of treatments available and increased understanding of the disease mean the goal of lesions covering less than 1 percent of the body could soon be achieved by everyone with psoriasis.
There are now doctors who can diagnose and treat psoriasis via photographs sent by email or text — but is this as accurate as an in-person appointment?
Medical experts offer safe grooming tips for those with nail, scalp, and inverse psoriasis.
Psoriasis patients and their physicians need to communicate regularly and often so that treatment is tailored to a patient’s specific symptoms.
Here, we answer your questions on treatments, targets, and more.
If you have psoriatic arthritis, chances are good that you also have trouble sleeping. Here’s why and what you can do about it.
Winter weather is notorious for causing psoriasis flares. Here’s what you can do to avoid them.
Dermatologist Jennifer Suong, M.D., answers important questions about psoriasis and its treatments during pregnancy and menopause.
Psoriasis treatments are far from one-size-fits-all. If yours isn’t working, there’s probably a reason.
Stress can’t cause psoriasis, but it can trigger symptoms in people with the disease. Here’s what happens in the body.