Warm weather will bring natural sunlight and humidity, which can be great for psoriasis. But too much of a good thing may also trigger flares.
As the seasons change and the temperature dips, your psoriasis may flare. Be prepared for winter with a few tips and tricks.
A look at the pros and cons of taking biologics to treat your psoriasis.
You can remove the silvery white scales that appear on psoriasis patches at home.
A look at some of the most common topical treatments for psoriasis.
Sunlight, aloe vera, coal tar, and these other products are effective solutions for troublesome areas.
If you've been diagnosed with psoriasis, you probably have some questions. We have answers.
Learn how to identify and manage the triggers that cause your psoriasis flare-ups.
In order to prevent flare-ups, you need to know the triggers. Whether it’s an infection, stress, or the weather, here’s how to keep your skin in good shape.
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.
Psoriasis shows up in different ways from head to toe. Find out which moisturizers are best for specific parts of your body.
A look at medicines that can make your psoriasis worse and alternate treatments you can try instead.
Could an alternative treatment help ease your psoriasis? Learn about the ones that are worth a try and those you should avoid.
How well do you know psoriasis treatments?
From curtains to bedding, you can add an extra level of protection against psoriasis flares with the fabrics in your home.
Step-by-step instructions on how to care for cracked, bleeding skin, from cleaning to covering the cut.
When your doctor recommends medicines for severe psoriasis, use these questions to learn what you can expect from your treatment.
What do biologics do inside your body to help soothe your psoriasis? See what happens when they go to work.
How do you know if your treatment is working?
Setting up a schedule of shots can help keep your psoriasis in check. Learn how it works.
Shots are a great option for people who have moderate to severe psoriasis. Find out what you should know.
Biologics can be expensive, but there are ways to lower costs.
Systemic treatment -- treatment that affects the entire body -- is an approach that's typically used only in moderate to severe cases of psoriasis.
What you put on your plate may affect your psoriasis. Learn how some foods can help ease your symptoms, while others may make them worse.
Phototherapy, or treating your skin with specific kinds of UV or laser light, can help with psoriasis, eczema, and atopic dermatitis.
A warm bath may be the answer to flaky, irritated skin caused by psoriasis.
Take this quiz to find out about psoriasis triggers, symptoms, and treatments.
A healthy diet can go a long way in improving your psoriasis symptoms. Here’s what to keep in mind and in your pantry.
This inflammatory disease can affect more than just your skin. Follow these tips to protect your ticker.
Treating psoriasis can be tricky when you have other health problems. Find out how to avoid complications and dangerous drug interactions.
Find out how a combination of diet and exercise may help ease your psoriasis.
The more you weigh, the more severe your psoriasis symptoms are likely to be.
A good night’s sleep with psoriasis can be tough, but there are ways to avoid triggers that keep you awake.
When your stress level rises, so does the chance of a psoriasis flare. Try out a few ways to keep yourself, and your skin, calm.
Practicing mindfulness might not be the first psoriasis treatment you consider, but it can help you dodge triggers and enhance your mood.
Having psoriasis won’t make your skin age faster. But you’ll have to change the way you manage this skin condition as you get older.
What kinds of shampoo should you use if psoriasis leaves your scalp dry and scaly?
Your daily skin care plan doesn’t have to be complicated. Learn a few tips to tame flares around your face.
Learn more about the latest research, choosing your treatment, and understanding the link to other conditions.