60 percent risk of alcohol-related death in psoriasisNEJM analysis proves what has been suspected for decades: Alcohol can be more deadly in the psoriasis population as compared to non-psoriasis patients.
Resolve to Add Humor in 2018Humor may be subjective, but carefully and respectfully adding it to the practice can help create a positive environment for both doctor and patient.
R.I.P., These 5 ThingsNow that we have flipped the calendar to a new year, it’s time to say good-bye to some things we all lost in 2017.
In-demand dermatology treatment devicesA rising prevalence of skin disorders, including melanoma, will drive the need for diagnostic imaging and treatment technologies in dermatology, market analysts say.
6 concerns about practice consolidationBig cash offers not always best for the practice or patient.
An advocate for changeA conversation with ASDS president-elect Murad Alam, M.D.
Scar treatment dependent on techniqueLaser-assisted topical steroid delivery for hypertrophic scars and keloids produces sustainable results, study shows.
The on/off button comes to dermatologyDermatologists will need to understand new device technologies and incorporate them judiciously into disease treatment where appropriate.
The top 25 psoriasis authorsIn 2018 at just five days into the New Year, a search of PubMed revealed 86 new psoriasis studies. So, who is leading the pack?
Herpes zoster rates stay steady with biologics in psoriasisStudy shows no significant difference in herpes zoster risk between psoriasis patients receiving systemic therapy and those not receiving systemic therapy.


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