Psoriasis isn’t just a skin disease. It can affect your organs, your body’s systems, and even your emotions.
How much do you know about psoriasis? Get your facts straight about this skin condition.
There are three main types of light therapy used to soothe dry, scaly skin.
Try these home remedies to ease the intense itch caused by psoriasis.
Which at-home treatments work best to soothe psoriasis flares?
Keeping psoriasis in check can be a challenge. Here’s how to tell if your treatment is working and what to do when it’s not.
Before deciding on a treatment plan, your doctor will ask some important questions, including how much of your body is affected.
Advanced psoriasis treatments are “systemic,” which means they affect the whole body, and they can be more effective and convenient than topical psoriasis creams.
How do severe psoriasis symptoms differ from mild or moderate ones, and what are the four categories of treatments?
Find out about the most recent medications that doctors suggest to help you keep your psoriasis under control.
Take a look at David Brown's journey with psoriasis and how he deals with the condition.
Find out if some diets can make your psoriasis better or if there are certain foods you should avoid to keep it from getting worse.
Less stress can help ease your psoriasis symptoms.
Nail down what you can do to keep psoriasis under control.
Find out how to get the support you need from family and friends when you're getting treatment for psoriasis.
Just because you have psoriasis doesn’t mean you have to live with red, scaly skin. Follow these tips for a smoother, softer look.
Those fissures can be painful. Here’s how to seal those cracks and protect your skin.
Psoriasis can show up on almost any area on your body, including your legs. Here's what you can do about it.
Learn how to treat psoriasis on your lips, scalp, and other unexpected spots.
Scientists can use living cells grown in a lab to make powerful drugs to calm psoriasis symptoms.
Want to cover patches of dry skin? Have redness? Afraid of a reaction to products? Here's a good start to your psoriasis-friendly makeup routine.
From drugstore buys to in-office treatments, these treatments may help your dry, flaky scalp.
The type of fabric you wear and the ingredients in your laundry detergent can make your psoriasis worse.
The change in seasons may have something to do with the severity of your psoriasis. What can you do when your condition flares?