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Microbe imbalance fuels acneThe difference between acne and healthy skin is largely dependent on the balance of the skin microbiota, according to study results.
Ethnic variations in agingThere is a shift in skin aging by decades, depending on ethnicity, according to results of a scientific evaluation underwritten by Proctor & Gamble Co.
Is venture capital the future of dermatology?Zoe Diana Draelos, MD, discusses how a changing political and economic climate has transformed dermatology practices into attractive entities for venture capitalists and whether it's a good thing for the specialty.
Fillers: The latest optionsFiller manufacturers are rounding out their product lines, giving practitioners many more options for use in different rejuvenation procedures.
Hyperpigmented patch of skin on neck
Hyperpigmented patch of skin on neckA 52-year-old man with type II diabetes asked his doctor about a hyperpigmented patch of skin on his neck. He had noticed it getting progressively darker over the past few months. The skin also felt a little bit thicker. Now that his dieting and exercise was finally starting to make a dent in the 80 pounds he needed to lose, he wanted to make sure he didn’t have anything else to worry about.
4 tips to build a strong teamOne dermatologist discusses four tips to help practices foster strong relationships in order to run smoothly and efficiently.
Tips for buying or sellingOne expert offers tips for dermatologists considering buying other practices or selling the practices they own
Get to know your practicePerformance metrics are one way to take the guesswork out of physician group practice planning and decision making, according to one dermatologist.
Medspa management invite: Revenue boost or bust?Dr. Poor is invited to oversee the aestheticians and electrologists of a new MedSpa and feels fortunate, as his revenues have been declining. However, investing, owning, or operating a medspa still means being aware of certain regulations.
From mole to melanomaThere is a genetically intermediate state of melanocytic neoplasia and these findings could someday help doctors identify high-risk lesions to remove before they become malignant.

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