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The Mainstream Patient: March 1, 2021


This week’s edition of The Mainstream Patient features stories on psoriatic arthritis diagnosis, treating eczema on darker skin types, the efficacy of pore vacuums, plus more.

In this week’s edition, Women’s Health reveals how to effectively treat eczema on darker skin types. Meanwhile, Shape explains the detriments of using DIY cosmetic fillers at home, and Refinery29 asks experts if “stress acne” is real. Harper’s Bazaar investigates if pore vacuums actually work or not. Finally, Allure highlights how to properly prepare for a teledermatology appointment and explains why psoriatic arthritis is difficult to diagnose.

Here’s How Eczema On Black Skin Looks Different, And How To Treat It

Is “Stress Acne” A Thing? We Asked The Experts

How to Prep for Your Telemedicine Appointment With a Dermatologist

Why Psoriatic Arthritis Is So Difficult to Diagnose

Do Pore Vacuums Really Work? A Derm Weighs In

Why You Shouldn't Try DIY Cosmetic Fillers At Home

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