Skin of Color
A comprehensive analysis of current data indicates the types of results patients and physicians can expect.
Shraddha Desai, MD, Diane Hanna, MSN, ARNP-C, and Ashish C. Bhatia, MD
As the details of healthcare reform take shape, an ASP may provide a cost-efficient way for clinicians to go digital.
Mark Kaufmann, MD
One group of researchers questions the skin cancer epidemic, but the overwhelming evidence suggests that rates are rising.
Jonathan Wolfe, MD
The use of a fixed combination clindamycin/benzoyl peroxide formulation in conjunction with topical retinoids addresses multiple elements of the pathophysiology of acne.
Joseph B. Bikowski, MD
With sensitivity to diagnostic clues and initiation of appropriate therapeutic strategies, clinicians can eliminate irritant dermatitis of the lips and eyelids.
Matthew J. Zirwas, MD
Suitable for use as monotherapy or an as adjunct to traditional therapies, a new formulation provides more options in the management of this somewhat common condition.
Joseph Bikowski, MD
Although botanical ingredients are often understudied, recent data show they may play a role in improving skin.
Successful assessment and selection: An interview with Ron Sterling, CPA, MBA
Dana Jacoby, MBA, MHS
Coal tars and phototherapy are each known for their efficacy and some drawbacks in treating psoriasis, but when used in combination, they may yield best results.
Ted Pigeon, Senior Associate Editor
As interest continues to swell for the new botulinum toxin, here are practical tips and considerations for integrating it into practice.
Joel Schlessinger, MD
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