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02/26/2017 at 22:00. Facebook
If there was an award for acting like everything is OK, how many of you would be nominated? What stops you from being honest with others about the impact that psoriasis has on your life?
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02/23/2017 at 18:30. Facebook
Does the cold, dry air of winter make your psoriasis worse? Use the Beneath the Surface kit to track skin symptoms throughout the year. Order your free kit today: [ Psoriasis.com Link ]

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We’ve heard from you that some days with psoriasis are far from easy. If today is one of those days, we hope this makes you smile. Share with someone who could use a pick-me-up.
Misdiagnosis is common for patients with psoriatic arthritis (PsA), as its symptoms are similar to diseases such as gout or rheumatoid arthritis. Learn if what you are experiencing is similar to the symptoms of PsA by taking the symptom quiz, and then discuss the results with your doctor.

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Some of you have expressed feeling isolated and lonely living with a chronic disease. Other people in this community have been through similar struggles—have you connected with anyone here? Share your psoriasis story or just say hello.
Share some love with the ones who accept and love you just the way you are.
Got your Beneath the Surface kit? Use the info and tools to start learning, tracking symptoms, and managing your psoriasis. Don’t have a kit? Order your free kit now. [ Psoriasis.com Link ]
We send your Beneath the Surface kit to you right away because we’re all about getting you the info you need to keep moving forward.
A journey starts with a single step. Start yours when you order the Beneath the Surface Kit. What happens next? Stay tuned. [ Psoriasis.com Link ]

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What symptoms did you start feeling that made you think that you had psoriatic arthritis (PsA)? For those of you who are undiagnosed, we suggest that you take the symptom quiz to learn if your symptoms are potentially related to PsA, then discuss the results with your doctor.

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Many of you have mentioned finding it difficult to talk to friends and family about your psoriasis journey. They may want to support you, but don’t know how. Any advice for bringing up the subject with loved ones? Check out this link for tips: [ Psoriasis.com Link ]

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This month the focus turns to our relationships. Don’t forget about one of your most important ones—the doctor-patient relationship. If you’re looking for a different approach, find a dermatologist here: [ Psoriasis.com Link ]

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Get yourself a gift that keeps giving—a free kit with in-depth information on managing your psoriasis. Have a friend with psoriasis? Share a kit with them: [ Psoriasis.com Link ]
When people ask if you’re contagious, just let ‘em know. Spread the word.

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Wondering if your skin is worse in winter? The Beneath the Surface kit has tools to help you track skin symptoms over time. If you don’t have one yet, get a free kit here: [ Psoriasis.com Link ]

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Psoriasis affects approximately 7.5 million in the U.S. alone. Yet, the exact cause of psoriasis still isn’t fully understood. Scientists believe genetics, environmental factors, and the immune system all play a role. Learn more here: [ Psoriasis.com Link ]
The new year is a good time to renew relationships—like the one with your dermatologist. If you don’t have one, use our handy derm finder: [ Psoriasis.com Link ]

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Kindness is contagious, unlike psoriasis. Spread the word!
It’s no surprise that hearing this stuff gets old. How do you handle it?
Thank you to everyone who answered our True or False question. Yes, psoriatic arthritis (PsA) can affect any joint. It can also affect you in other ways besides joint pain, which you can learn more about in the photo below.