Skin of Color
From foams to ointments, novel formulations augment topical treatment options for psoriasis.
Leon Kircik, MD
Data have failed to show a direct relationship between isotretinoin use and depression or suicide, but the cumulative evidence suggests patients with severe acne require careful monitoring.
Joshua Zeichner, MD
Good tolerability, convenience, and simplicity all positively influence adherence with topical acne therapy. Here's how to get the most from available agents.
Joseph Bikowski, MD
Creating a checklist and outline for training can help a practice understand and perform the tasks of training.
Suzanne Stetson and Shawn O'Neil
The government incentive program launches this month. Here's a checklist to help you prepare to benefit.
Mark Kaufmann, MD
The new year is a good time to establish new policies, including increased collection of patient responsibility for payment.
Sharon Andrews, RN, CCS-P
An FDA panel has narrowly voted in favor of recommending a new in vitro screening device, though the system's utility remains uncertain.
Jonathan Wolfe, MD
A recently unveiled skin brightening cream may signal a new direction in the treatment and prevention of pigmentation disorders.
Ted Pigeon, Senior Associate Editor
A presence on the internet may deliver more exposure and more patients for your practice.
Joel Schlessinger, MD
Research sheds light on the pathogenesis of the disease and patients' experience.
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