Have you found out you’re pregnant unexpectedly while on medication for your chronic condition? Step one: Don’t panic. These tips can help.
Kate Boyington, of central Minnesota, faces the challenges of psoriasis, psoriatric arthritis, and fibromyalgia with the help of family and friends.
Whatever was happening to me had a name, and could be managed with proper treatment.
Pain is subjective. Some of us can handle it in high amounts, while others wince at the slightest twinge of it. Read about how Julie created her own pain/fatigue scale.
Tracking symptoms to unlock the triggers of psoriatic arthritis was an obsession for Julie, read about what she found and how it could help you.
You don’t have to give up cooking with psoriatic arthritis. Here are helpful tips to make it less stressful on your joints.
Rheumatologist Christopher Ritchlin, M.D., M.P.H, answers 5 common questions about psoriatic arthritis.
If you have psoriatic arthritis, chances are good that you also have trouble sleeping. Here’s why and what you can do about it.
Psoriasis treatments are far from one-size-fits-all. If yours isn’t working, there’s probably a reason.
The fatigue, unpredictability and sacrifice of pregnancy might make some expectant mothers thankful they mastered a chronic illness first.