Psoriatic arthritis remission is possible. Find out the story of how one young man got to remission and gained hope for the future.
Psoriatic arthritis treatments offer more options than ever before. Learn about research into targeted therapy and other new psoriatic arthritis drugs.
If you have idiopathic hypersomnia, you might need medication, talk therapy, or lifestyle changes. It can be a challenge to adjust to life with IH. But there are strategies that can help.
If you live with idiopathic hypersomnia, you’d probably like to know what’s causing it. Unfortunately, that’s not something experts have figured out yet.
Have psoriasis flakes settled on your carpet, car seats, and clothes? Learn a few quick and easy ways to clean them up.
How do you find psoriasis treatments and remedies that work for you? Learn how four women treat their psoriasis and control skin flares.
Carolyn shares how MS has affected her relationships. Read more to find out how she navigates friendships, family, and her marriage.
Move over BA.5, there are some new kids in town and no one is sure yet if we should be worried. But there is concern that COVID-19 virus subvariants BQ.1 and BQ1.1 will become a major threat in the U.S. that XBB could alter the COVID-19 picture globally.
Kidney paired donations may be the quicker solution for people in need of a transplant, but they are far from the standard course of action.
It’s estimated that more than a third of people who have had COVID-19 experience neurological complications such as brain fog that persist or develop 3 months after infection. And two thirds of so-called long haulers still have neurological symptoms after 6 months.
Women who use chemical hair straightening products may be at an increased risk for uterine cancer, according to new research.
A study linked “fear of missing out” to misconduct, drug and alcohol use, and breaking the law among college students – adding to growing research on the potential harms of FOMO.
Day after day, year after year, the struggles caregivers face, both big and small, take their toll.
Your mental health and multiple sclerosis (MS) are most likely interconnected. Learn how the condition changes your brain.
Can that glass of wine or gin and tonic do more harm than good? Find out what’s safe and what to watch out for when it comes to multiple sclerosis and alcohol.
MS can affect how your brain works. Here are tips on how to discuss the changes with your family and how they can help you.
Taking care of my mind, body, and spirit is just as important as keeping up with my medical care.
Is your dry skin actually atopic dermatitis? How are they different? Do you treat them the same way? Learn how to tell if you have atopic dermatitis, why the right diagnosis is important, and what to do about it.
Does Instagram make new moms feel inadequate? Yes, suggests a new study that warns images of new mothers on social media may drive body dissatisfaction and feelings of not being good enough.
Advice from rheumatologists for changing psoriatic arthritis medications, including side effects, symptoms, and insurance coverage.