Hidradenitis suppurativa in children: What derms need to know April 28, 2017 By Lisette Hilton Hidradenitis suppurativa can impact children and teens physically and emotionally. A dermatologist explains potential differences between pediatric and adult HS. Advancements in aesthetic tech April 25, 2017 By Bob Kronemyer Syneron Candela recently announced the latest updates to their aesthetic technology line of products. Female lip aesthetic April 25, 2017 By Bob Kronemyer Researchers are on a quest to determine the ideal female lip aesthetic and its relationship to attractiveness. Taking a look at the Microdroplet Lift April 25, 2017 By Lisette Hilton Dr. Kenneth Steinsapir describes his approach to the so-called “Botox brow lift” as one that provides all the benefits without the frozen face. My Patient Ate Natural Food Products and Now There is a Lawsuit. Dr. Derm recently performed a fairly simple excision, discussed blood thinners, but failed to ask his patient about “natural” herbal intake. The patient did not take any prescription blood thinners, but did take high daily dosages of garlic and ginkgo. A lawsuit was brought against Dr. Derm. Can he really have liability for all the things people ingest these days? PRP for androgenetic alopecia April 18, 2017 By Bob Kronemyer Is there any real evidence that platelet-rich plasma is effective as an alternative or adjunct to hair transplantation? The future of fat April 18, 2017 By Lisette Hilton With a reported uptick in fat transfer numbers, as well as media attention to dangerous misuses, what kind of future does fat have in the aesthetic industry? Career Tips Every Derm Resident Should Know April 17, 2017 By Sarah Morgan Seven tips to help dermatology residents have a successful career. April Clinical Considerations for NP's, PAs In this month's Clinical Considerations, we look at handling the difficult patient, how to improve our diagnostic skills and the latest psoriasis drug approval. Tips for Physician Writers: 10 Steps to Become a Better Writer April 17, 2017 By Sarah Morgan Whether you’re writing a newsletter for your patients or a memo for your staff, being able to write well is a profoundly useful talent. Here are a few simple ways to become a better writer.