Researchers of a recent paper highlight advice physicians can give atopic dermatitis patients to improve their sleep and quality of life.
The atopic dermatitis treatment dupilumab could offer a therapeutic option for keloids, according to a case report published in the Journal of European Academy of Dermatology and Venereology.
Prebiotics may play a role in protecting against skin diseases, says a recent study.
Biopsies are the gold standard approach for obtaining skin samples to test for biomarkers in atopic dermatitis, but tape strips may offer a far less invasive alternative for young children with the disease, research suggests.
Atopic dermatitis can have a profound impact on the quality of life of adolescents with skin of color. A recent review discusses special considerations for this patient population.
Dermatologists should look for signs of conjunctivitis in their atopic dermatitis patients and learn how to manage the condition because this patients population may have an increased risk of experiencing conjunctivitis, particularly allergic conjunctivitis, according to a recent study.
The choice of treatment for acne in adolescence may impact the risk of later scar formation when the condition persists into adulthood, shows a recent study.
Methotrexate and cyclosporine appear to have better safety profiles over a six-month period than other systemic treatments used to treat atopic dermatitis, according to a recent study.
Significant variation exists in prescribing patterns among doctors managing atopic dermatitis, and the prescription of some drugs may go against dermatology guidelines, finds a recent study.
For patients with atopic dermatitis, access to dermatology care appears to be best in the West and poorest in the Midwest, shows a recent study looking at disparities in access to services across the United States.