Amy Weiner’s son Shane started having symptoms of psoriatic arthritis as a toddler. Five dermatologists later, he finally got the correct diagnosis.
There are many things I can’t control, like when I get to talk to my husband, when he’s coming home, and when our little baby will be born.
Having phototherapy equipment at home is convenient, but is it as effective as the treatment offered in a doctor’s office?
Being pregnant often means going off certain treatments for psoriatic arthritis. But there are still many ways to keep symptoms at bay.
Dr. Carolyn Jacob is in a unique position as a dermatologist with psoriasis. Here, she explains how it helps her patients relate to her.
Early fears clouded excitement over the arrival of my little bundle of joy. It’s not that I wasn’t happy about having a baby, I was just scared to my wits’ end.
Being in remission from psoriasis can make you feel guilty and alienated from those with active disease. Here’s how one woman got over it.
Having psoriasis increases the likelihood that you will develop osteoporosis. Here’s what you can do to lower your risk.
A biologic medication that requires less of a time commitment to receive may be welcome news for some psoriatic arthritis patients.
The holidays offer an opportunity for a young woman to explain her psoriatic arthritis to her family.