Skin of Color
Joseph Bikowski, MD, FAAD Chief Medical Editor
Word of mouth and referrals continue to remain the strongest form of publicity for a doctor, but the Internet increasingly plays a role in facilitating or supporting recommendations.
Susan M. Hutson with Vikas Vij
Significant developments are on the way, but already EHRs offer unique abilities via mobile and tablet technologies.
Mark Kaufmann, MD
Recent innovations offer patients greater variety and potentially better outcomes.
Joel Schlessinger, MD
Researchers show specific elements related to sunscreen application affect efficacy.
Simpler, clearer labeling and packaging may likely lead to better understandings of how proper sunscreen use can help prevent skin cancer.
Ted Pigeon, Senior Associate Editor
Beyond FDA-mandated label revisions, clinicians and consumers have been spotting other changes on bottles: a host of new ingredients and technologies intended to optimize the patient experience.
Jeannette Graf, MD
Dermatologists and their patients may wonder what makes a product “dermatologist tested” or “clinically proven.” Here's what you need to know.
Leslie Baumann, MD
Part II of a series highlights key considerations regarding the education and training of PAs in dermatology.
Matthew Zirwas, MD and Vicki Roberts, PA-C
New data suggest that the rate of melanoma among individuals age 18 to 39 is on the increase, with poor UV protection strategies implicated.
Jonathan Wolfe, MD
Breast cancer in men is very rare, accounting for just under one percent of cases.
Paola Rodriguez, MD
The American Acne and Rosacea Society highlights new findings and approaches that are shifting acne treatment.
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