Zoe Diana Draelos, M.D.
Zoe Diana Draelos, M.D., is a consulting professor of dermatology, Duke University School of Medicine, Durham, N.C. She is investigator, Dermatology Consulting Services, High Point, N.C., and a Dermatology Times Editorial Advisor and co-medical editor.
Why do some women develop cheilitis while wearing a lipstick?
It is not unusual for some women to develop cheilitis while wearing lipstick because not all lipsticks are moisturizing
Which OTC products are good for the acne patient?
An expert goes over the pros and cons of some of the available OTC acne products.
Is there a certain type of facial foundation that will not cause breakouts?
An expert discusses available types of facial foundations and their effect on the skin in regards to acne.
The future of corporatized medicine
Corporations wish to grow and get bigger until finances intervene and then sometimes split or spin off children in the form of smaller corporations. Now corporations have overtaken medicine. What does this mean for the physician?
Is there a skinny gene?
It has been often wondered why some people tend to be heavier than others and if a specific gene plays a role.
What constitutes good genes?
Certain genes can be predictors of average life expectancy in individuals who carry them.
Can antiperspirants damage clothing?
An expert goes over steps to minimize damage to clothing from antiperspirant.
Is there anything that can be done for sweaty feet?
There are no products in the mass market specifically for sweaty feet, but there are steps patients can take to limit the daily impact of sweaty feet.
What type of antiperspirant is best for hyperhidrosis?
Antiperspirants remain the first line of treatment for hyperhidrosis, but some types of products are better than others for hyperhidrosis.
Why does man live longer than a chimpanzee?
Human and chimpanzee genomes are 99% identical. So why do humans, on average, live more than 40 years longer?


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