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Tough to Treat: Psoriasis of the Hands and Feet
Cracking, blistering, and swelling—it's especially tough to cope when psoriasis flares on the hands or feet. It can be difficult to treat psoriasis in these areas with typical topical treatments, and a flare can make it difficult to walk, use your hands and perform countless other everyday tasks.
Disease and Treatments
- Biologics: Are they right for you?
- Healing Practices: Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture
for Psoriasis and Psoriatic Arthritis
- Skin Solutions: Caring for Psoriasis in the Winter
- Inflammation and psoriasis: Seeing is believing
- Spotlight on phototherapy
- Managing Scalp Psoriasis
- Systemics and Biologics
- Light Therapy
- Psoriatic Arthritis
- Access to Care
- Research Pipeline
- Federal Research
- Uveitis: A threat to eyesight
- What you eat, or don't eat, may improve your psoriasis
- Stress and the Immune System
- Complementary and Alternative Medicine
- Fit in Your Skin
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