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The Mainstream Patient: November 22


This week’s edition of The Mainstream Patient features stories about eczema in the Black community, how biologics are helping patients with psoriatic arthritis stay active and more.

In this week’s edition, InStyle talks eczema in Black skin and Self interviews 3 patients with psoriatic arthritis about how biologics have helped them. New Beauty discusses how Botox has changed the aesthetics industry and Vogue lists the best eye creams. Also, Martha Stewart talks aging skin and Allure identifies scalp eczema.

Eczema Is the Second Most Common Skin Condition In the Black Community — But Many Don't Know They Have It

3 People With Psoriatic Arthritis Share How Biologics Help Them Stay Active

It’s National Botox Cosmetic Day: How the Injectable Has Shaped the Industry Over the Past 19 Years

The Best Eye Creams For Every Concern

At What Age Do Most Women Start to See Changes in Their Skin?

How to Treat Scalp Eczema, According to Dermatologists

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