In this drug pipeline interview, Christopher Bunick, MD, PhD, discusses what is innovative in future acne treatment options, what research is happening, and what potential approvals the dermatology space has to look forward to.
Teenagers were the most likely to be affected by targeted misinformation.
Is rosacea being confused with acne? Are physicians treating the their patients with the patient's expectations in mind? Questions like these are more are answered by Adebola Dele-Michael, MD.
For years, teenagers have been told to avoid certain foods to reduce acne. A review article examines the evidence.
A clinician updates the conventional wisdom on acne’s variations in patients of color, offering pearls from her practice and practical takeaways from recent research.
Gina Mangin, PA-C, and James Treat, MD, dive into the intricacies of acne and rosacea, going beyond the surface of both skin conditions and giving important treatment tips at the 2022 New Wave Dermatology Conference.
In the world of pediatric dermatology, many skin conditions can have parents concerned about their children’s condition. Lisa Swanson, MD, explains how to better address their questions at the 3rd Annual Society of Dermatology Nurse Practitioners Symposium.
There is a theory that professional acne care can be effective not only in decreasing clinical signs but also in improving quality of life.
The education on how to treat patients with skin issues in this group needs to be expanded so physicians can better treat their patients.
In a presentation at the recent AAD annual meeting, Diane M. Thiboutot, MD, discusses the potential risks of antibiotic resistance in acne management.