La Roche-Posay is developing a nail art version of My UV Patch with clinical trials to start this year.
The recommended use of antihistamines for chronic urticaria have been updated in the most recent installment of treatment guidelines written by a European and American work group.
The long-held belief that combining lasers with fillers could destabilize or damage fillers has largely been debunked. You can safely use both together, say physicians reporting at this year's ASLMS meeting. In this article, dermatologists cover how best to apply energy-based devices with cosmetic injectables safely and effectively.
Biomedical tattoo may permit early diagnosis of diseases associated with hypercalcemia, preliminary study shows.
Graduation is a time of change and reflection, of hope and anticipation. As tomorrow’s clinicians prepare to change lives, they are also undergoing the biggest change of their own. Leaders in the profession remember these times, and share their advice.
Immune responses to the latest shingles vaccine (Shingrix) last for at least three years after vaccination. The robust immune responses develop and persist in all age groups, according to a recent study in The Journal of Infectious Diseases.
Pediatric dermatologist Alanna Bree, M.D., left a secure position with a well-respected hospital to embark on a faith-filled professional journey. In this profile, Dr. Bree shares her story of practice, discovery and renewal.
Bronchial hyperreactivity associated with propranolol treatment for infantile hemangiomas may be due to age and low body weight, study shows.
Stress factors mothers experience before, during and soon after pregnancy can increase eczema risk in their children, according to a systematic review published Feb. 25, 2018 in The International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health.
Optimal management of psoriasis symptoms falls short for about three in 10 patients with moderate plaque psoriasis and one in five with severe psoriasis, a study shows.