Five severe conditions show positive response. More to come…
New and evolving therapies targeting inflammation could therefore be tried to help quell the symptoms of these diseases and conditions. learn more.
The Hispanic population isn’t just skin of color; it’s skin of different colors. Dermatologists treating Hispanic patients need to understand the diversity and disparities that exist in this fast-growing U.S. population.
If you spend some time at the lip balm wall, you will notice that some lip balms are cosmetics and some are OTC drugs. Find out why.
Safe, inexpensive, and widely available, sunflower oil seems a reasonable consideration for any patient with impaired skin barrier, so long as there is not a known sunflower seed allergy.
Dr. Goldberg discusses five patient gifting situations. Are any of these acceptable?
A 48 year old man presents with a 2 year history of painful, disseminated, tender nodules covering his scalp. Many lesions are inflammatory with purulent discharge, and alopecia is noted over nodules. The patient reports clinical...
A 53-year-old woman is complaining of this somewhat tender rash on her legs and feet that has been present for many months now.
Skin of color patients exhibit clinical and therapeutic nuances that affect acne management. Dermatologists should understand how these patients present, clinically; how to treat them safely; cultural factors; and their specific...
Dermatologists came in second to last, ahead only of psychiatry, in a study of 23 healthcare specialties, based on more than 28,000 online Yelp reviews.