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9 Sneaky Triggers of an Eczema Flare

Learn these surprising red flags so you can thwart an eczema breakout before it thwarts you.

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11 Eczema Myths That Can Hurt Your Skin

These untruths have dermatologists scratching their heads. Learn the real deal, improve your skin.

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8 Steps to Calming an RA Flare

You might not always be able to prevent a rheumatoid arthritis flare-up, but with these pain-relieving tips at the ready, you can at least show it who's boss.

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9 Ways to Treat Psoriatic Arthritis

Cosentyx, Taltz, Otezla, oh my! Here's how to navigate finding the best treatment option for you.

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10 Ways to Chillax for Fewer Hives

No surprise here: Stress can really mess with your skin, especially if you get chronic hives. Reduce flare-ups with this guide filled with relaxation tactics.

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How to Supercharge Your Psoriatic Arthritis Treatments

Give your complementary PsA treatments a big boost with these tiny tweaks.

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More Than Just an Itch: How Skin Conditions Impact Your Mental Health

Chronic itch is more than skin deep, research says it can set your mental health back, too (not cool!). Here are some techniques to calm your skin and your mind.

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Sad? Stressed? How to Deal with the Emotional Toll of UC

10 stay-strong strategies for coping with the (often overlooked) emotional toll of having ulcerative colitis.

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Can You Meditate Itchy Skin Away?

Take a deep breath and count to 10. Your skin will thank you.

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Chronic Hives and Menstruation: What You Need to Know

Chronic hives get worse during PMS and menstruation for many women. Learn how hormonal changes can spark allergic reactions that inflame urticaria.