Skin of Color
Though the relationship is not fully understood, it points the way to potential treatments.
Sara Noor Bilimoria, and Peter A. Lio, MD
Get familiar with the IL-23 monoclonal antibodies.
Jerry Bagel, MD, FAAD
Experts share their psoriasis, acne, and AD wish lists for 2019.
Jerry Bagel, MD, FAAD, Peter A. Lio, MD, and Joshua Zeichner, MD
Understanding rosacea risk factors can allow for earlier, more effective treatment.
Joshua Zeichner, MD
Weighing the data on Cimzia during pregnancy and lactation.
Did you know patients are using everything from diaper rash cream to table salt to try to treat acne?
Can natural products fight the fungus among us?
Stephanie Pintas and Peter A. Lio, MD
Are TNF inhibitors still the gold standard for PsA?
Early, effective acne treatment can prevent scarring.
Here's a look at the management of this condition, which is commonly associated with atopic dermatitis.
Alison D. Treister, BS, BSHS and Peter A. Lio, MD
Here's a look at the diagnosis of an “eczematous” condition with an unclear etiology.
With acne, it's not always the “what” that's most critical, it's often the “how.”
Elizabeth Kiracofe, MD
Largely due to adherence issues, topical treatments don't work for many scalp psoriasis patients.
Cannabinoids are a diverse group of compounds that may hold significant therapeutic capabilities applicable to many areas of medicine, including dermatology.
Michael Shalaby, Helena Yardley, PhD, and Peter A. Lio, MD
Four pearls for making today's acne therapies work for your patients.
Five to 10 percent of all nonmelanoma skin cancers occur around the eyes. Use of sunscreens in this area is essential.
Julie A. Woodward, MD
Clinical thought leaders share what they hope for to improve treatment in the future.
With Jerry Bagel, MD; Seemal R. Desai, MD, FAAD; Adam Friedman, MD, FAAD; and Gary Goldenberg, MD
While most medical rosacea treatments previously targeted papules and pustules, new, safe medical options address persistent facial erythema.
Joshua A. Zeichner, MD
Study results point to role for inexpensive petroleum jelly in the routine care of babies' skin.
Peter A. Lio, MD
Here's the current thinking on antibiotics, hormonal therapy, and isotretinoin.
Joshua Zeichner, MD, Section Editor
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