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A look at medicines that can make your psoriasis worse, and alternate treatments you can try instead.
Self-care for psoriasis is a lifelong process. Learn more from WebMD about what you can do on your own to take care of your psoriasis.
A look at some of the most common topical treatments for psoriasis.
Systemic treatment -- treatment that affects the entire body -- is an approach that's typically used only in moderate to severe cases of psoriasis. Learn more.
Phototherapy -- exposure to ultraviolet light -- is a common treatment for psoriasis. WebMD explains.
The past decade has seen some promising advances in the treatment of psoriasis, specifically the use of biologic drugs. Learn more about how biologics work and how they are given.
An overview of psoriasis, an autoimmune disease that affects the skin and nails.
There are a variety of treatments that can be used alone or in combination to manage psoriasis symptoms.
Do you know what it takes to prevent foot fungus?
Tips for finding a dermatologist for your skin care and more.
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