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Study: Isotretinoin Does Not Raise Depression Risk

Isotretinoin is not an independent risk factor for depression in adult acne patients, finds new research presented at th…

Perspective: Mental Health is Skin Health

Our skin is remarkable. It is not only the largest organ in our body -- accounting for 16 percent of our total body …

Helen Taylor

Long-term Management Strategies for AD, Melasma, and More

Protecting the Barrier in Adult Atopic Dermatitis “I still think it’s so important to remember topica…

New in My Practice Rx: Seysara (sarecycline)

Practical Dermatology® magazine is introducing new features: New In My Practice Rx and New in My Practice OTC, b…

With Linda Stein Gold, MD

Recent Developments

Jeuveau from Evolus Now FDA Cleared for Aesthetic Injection The FDA has approved Jeuveau (prabotulinumtoxinA-xvfs) fr…

The Skin After Acne: Focus on Calming and Repair

Adult acne is a disease of its own. Certainly some adults have acne that has lingered since adolescence, (and it seems t…

Nancy Samolitis, MD

Rodan and Fields Takes on Teen Acne with Spotless

Rodan & Fields is launching Spotless, a patent-pending teen and young adult acne solution. The company is also …

Vyome Secures $22M to Advance Dermatology Pipeline

Vyome Therapeutics Inc., a clinical-stage specialty pharmaceutical company developing novel medicines for treating …


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