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.
After eight years of severe symptoms, Amberlee Barricklow was diagnosed with psoriatic arthritis and put on biologics. Here, she talks about her experience with these medications.
Exercise is important for anyone with a chronic illness. Here’s how to get going.
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There are several indexes used to categorize how severe someone’s psoriasis is. But do they take into account all the variables?
Men have more severe symptoms and use biologic or systemic treatments for psoriasis more often.
Research indicates that men have more severe psoriasis symptoms and are more likely to use biologic or systemic treatments than women.
Tattoos can be tempting, but they can also cause problems if you have psoriasis.