Bob Kronemyer
Study: Several important vaginal metabolites elevated in smokers
Women who smoke cigarettes may be more susceptible to urogenital infections and have more vaginal malodor, according to a cross-sectional study.
Protecting against MRSA
New research suggests the human immune system might provide protection from staph and lead to the development of a MRSA vaccine.
Skin assessment key to identifying internal malignancy
Because skin metastasis is usually asymptomatic, conducting thorough skin assessments is critical for timely diagnosis of internal malignancy, researchers write in The Journal for Nurse Practitioners.
Inhibitors found to benefit surgically resectable melanoma
Treatment significantly improved event-free survival in patients with high-risk, surgically resectable, clinical stage III and IV melanoma, researchers report.
Sex hormones only part of the equation in modulating HSDD
According to a literature review, apart from the essential role that sex hormones play in modulating hypoactive sexual desire disorder (HSDD) through therapeutic interventions, a comprehensive understanding of the biologic mechanisms underlying the disorder is imperative.
Rating scale criteria for sexual desire differ between clinician, patient
In large part, clinicians and patients do not see eye to eye when it comes to what they consider important criteria for a rating scale assessing female sexual desire, according to a literature review
Medspa trend report
The latest medspa trend report reveals lack of growth among male clientele, high-level satisfaction with vaginal rejuvenation and more.
Negotiating the office lease
Negotiating the office lease
From construction periods and improvement allowances to renewal options and subleasing rights, negotiating an office lease requires forward thinking and research.
Adult acne could be more traumatizing than teen acne
The presence of adult acne, especially among women, is increasing, shows an Italian study that points to job stress for exasperating the condition in adults who are harder hit by the psychological, social and emotional effects of the condition as compared to teens.
Test may reduce the need for liver biopsies in psoriasis
A JAMA Dermatology study raises the possibility of adopting the NASH FibroSure test to detect hepatic fibrosis in psoriasis patients and minimize the number of liver biopsies.


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