POLL: Are Your Patients Turning to CBD Products to Treat Skin Conditions?
January 18, 2022

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Top Priorities for the AAD: 2022
January 18, 2022

AAD vice president challenges dermatologists to advocate for their patients and themselves.

Nearly Two-Thirds Still Locked Out of iPLEDGE
January 06, 2022

A survey conducted by Dermatology Times® found that many still cannot access the iPLEDGE system. Now some have created guides to get around the issue.

Pointers with Dr Portela: TikTok’s Green Mask Stick
January 05, 2022

In this week’s Pointers with Dr Portela, the 208SkinDoc had already called out the Green Mask Stick’s false advertising, but now the controversy continues.

Lasers Shine New Light on Acne Therapy
December 30, 2021

With the complication rate of treatment declining and new devices now available, laser- and energy-based light treatment for acne and scarring continues to evolve.

Pointers with Dr Portela: The End of the Year Product Review
December 29, 2021

In this week’s Pointers with Dr Portela, the 208SkinDoc lists his favorite skincare products that he used this year.

Clascoterone Cream First Topical to Target Androgen Receptors
December 28, 2021

The recent approval of a topical androgen receptor inhibitor fills a longtime need in acne treatment.

POLL: Should iPLEDGE Program be Discontinued?
December 20, 2021

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AAD Suggests Halting iPLEDGE Program
December 16, 2021

John Barbieri, MD, MBA, FAAD, speaking in his capacity as a member of the AADA iPLEDGE Workgroup, talks with Dermatology Times® about the recent iPLEDGE website struggles and guidance on how dermatologists should handle the situation.

iPLEDGE and the AAD: What Happens Now?
December 16, 2021

Klint Peebles, MD, FAAD, co-chair of the AAD LGBTQ/SGM Expert Resource Group, sits down with Dermatology Times® to discuss what changes were made to the iPLEDGE platform, examples of how the roll out has been unsuccessful, and how patients should be wary of trying to take old medications.