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Psoriatic Arthritis Blog Posts
Find out the difference between omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids, and how they can make arthritis pain better or worse.
Psoriatic arthritis occurs in people with psoriasis and causes joint pain and swelling, and itchy patches of skin.
Is it a pulled muscle or grinding bone? Is it curable or chronic? Hip pain can raise many questions, so here are some answers.
These adjustments to your favorite holiday items can help you enjoy this time of year while still following an anti-inflammatory diet.
The sacroiliac (SI) joints that join the spine to the pelvis can cause pain and inflammation when they’re affected by arthritis. Find out what types are prone to cause SI joint pain.
Women are much more likely than men to have nearly all types of arthritis. Some of the reasons are beyond women's control, but one factor is possibly preventable.
New research suggests that injury to a bone or joint can increase the likelihood of psoriasis patients developing psoriatic arthritis.
A study reveals that quicker diagnosis leads to better outcomes for those with psoriasis who develop psoriatic arthritis.
A new study shows that biologics may decrease or eliminate symptoms for a majority of people with psoriatic arthritis.
The FDA recently announced it has granted approval for the only oral treatment for psoriatic arthritis.