Wellness

Talking to your date about psoriasis

Even though your psoriasis might be obvious, it can be difficult to talk about, especially when you are making a potential new love connection

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Psoriasis on the silver screen: The one place where your spots disappear

There are at least 7.5 million people in the U.S. and more than 125 million on the planet with psoriatic disease. Surely they would love to buy a ticket to see a movie about someone like themselves.

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Turn back the clock

Board our time machine for a quick trip to the past.

5 questions you should ask before getting pregnant

There are things every woman with psoriatic disease can do to prepare and increase her chances for a healthy pregnancy.

What’s your psoriasis fight song?

Take a few psoriasis bloggers, a song and a video camera, and you'll wind up with one rockin' music video.

Love and psoriasis create a bond that goes deep

Having a visible disease like psoriasis can be embarrassing. Devastating. Isolating. It also can forge connections like nothing else

How changing the way you think can improve your life

Misery loves company, they say, and there’s no better home for negative thoughts than in the confines of your head.

Ron Villano knows this well. After losing his teenage son in a car accident, he spent nearly four years numb with grief. He’s since dug his way out of the hole, rejoined the land of the living and recently wrote a book about how to overcome life’s challenges and start living again.

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6 tips for getting a better night’s sleep

Sleep doesn't always come easy for people with psoriatic disease. Here are some ideas to get around that.

Look who's taking the challenge!

Julie Cerrone, PsA warrior, will be blogging about her experience taking the Psoriasis Awareness Month Wellness Challenge.

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Got sore feet? Post-workout tips for psoriatic arthritis

Stretch it, ice it and keep your shoes on! Learn how to minimize soreness.

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