3 Ways to Support Your Partner with a Chronic Condition

Joni Kazantzis
Empathy and patience might be common characteristics for many partnerships, but they become essential when one or both people are living with a chronic condition. For my husband and I, it’s both of us. I was diagnosed with psoriasis when I was a teen. He’s been living with neck arthritis that causes chronic migraines for […]

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NPF Patient Navigation Center

Joni Kazantzis
In her latest post, Joni Kazantzis writes about the National Psoriasis Foundation's Patient Navigation Center and the amazing work they do for the Psoriatic Community.

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May is Psoriatic Arthritis Action Month

Joni Kazantzis
One in every three people living with psoriasis will develop psoriatic arthritis (PsA), a chronic, inflammatory disease of the joints and connective tissue. The main symptoms include joint pain, stiffness and swelling and can affect any part of the body. Unfortunately if left untreated, PsA can cause permanent joint and bone damage leading to life-long […]

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Getting a Haircut with Psoriasis

Joni Kazantzis
When you’re living with psoriasis, a simple task like getting a haircut, can cause stress and pain. Scalp psoriasis has always been one of my most problematic areas of this disease. I think it’s been my biggest pain point because of how visible is it, and because it’s always been so difficult to find something that treats it well without sacrificing clean looking hair.

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Heading into Spring with Psoriasis

Joni Kazantzis
If you're like me, the changing of seasons can have an impact on your psoriasis. In celebration of the new season, I put together a few ways that I'm energizing my psoriasis treatment routine for spring.

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