Skin of Color
New research in contact dermatitis and atopic dermatitis reveal new strategies for prevention and cost-efficient management.
Ted Pigeon, Senior Associate Editor
Over-the-counter products are the cornerstone of the skincare regimen for most patients. Here's what clinicians should know to make helpful recommendations.
Jeanine B. Downie, MD
Options for fat reduction and body contouring are numerous. Here's an update on the various old and new procedures.
Linda Cooke, MD and Marguerite Germain, MD
Paul Winnington, Editorial Director
Managing the perceptions of an online prospect is not difficult, and the return on your investment can be significant.
Glenn Morley and Brent Foster
While much of the discussion of meaningful use has focused on government incentives, it's also important that your EHR works meaningfully for you.
Mark Kaufmann, MD
Recent studies identify avenues for future research and offer insights on the current care of melanoma patients.
Jonathan Wolfe, MD
Here's a guide to some of the latest videos posted at the educational video file sharing site developed specifically for dermatologists.
With Skin Cancer Awareness Month approaching this May, there are many ways clinicians can get involved in sun safety education and promotion.
Pricing your cosmetic services in such a way that allows patients to return for follow-ups or touch-ups without charge can help retain patients.
Joel Schlessinger, MD
Targeting the root of the patient's fixation may permit resolution of cutaneous manifestations.
Michael P. Loosemore, MD and Herbert B. Allen, MD
A new study demonstrates the efficacy of a unique combination approach in the treatment of psoriasis.
Several times throughout the year, we'll highlight products, services, or companies that offer tools that can help you run your practice more efficiently.
Data continue to elucidate the significance of the skin barrier in maintaining skin health and guide clinicians in the best approaches to barrier repair.
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