ICYMI, some of this week’s featured content includes an exclusive interview the science behind JAK inhibitors, and articles on the financial burden of wound care, the Procter and Gamble voluntary recall, and more.
A study investigated the clinical and economic burdens of wound care in the Tropics during a 5-year institutional review.
A study published in the Advances in Skin & Wound Care Journal examined wound care information to help educate about care for the specific physiology of newborns.
Dropping temperatures and dry air can wreak havoc on anyone's skin, but especially the delicate skin of an infant. Prevention is the best tactic to keep skin healthy.
Less than a quarter of physicians could accurately estimate out-of-pocket drug costs.
In this video interview we sit down with John Dobak, MD, and Laura Ferris, MD, PhD, to talk about DermTech, the TRUST study, and more.
Expert dermatologists Seemal Desai, MD, FAAD, and William Damsky, MD, PhD, provide an overview of vitiligo, as an autoimmune disorder, and its prevalence.
Shared insight on the psychological and social impact of vitiligo, along with practical advice on how to communicate with and support patients.
In this video interview, David Mandell, JD, MB, and Adam Braunscheidel, discuss why physician practices often have difficulties with retirement planning.
In this week’s Pointers with Dr Portela, the 208SkinDoc reviews the Clear Start Acne kit and takes a deep dive on the ingredients in the products.
Twenty four international plastic surgeons and dermatologists came together to provide a consensus on the treatment of acne scars.
Skin cancer is on the rise. Knowing what teenagers and adolescents understand about protecting skin from the sun and how well they’re using that information can be important to changing that trend.
Racial and ethnic inequities persist in all 50 states.
JAK Inhibitors: Drilling Down the Details
In this exclusive video interview, James Del Rosso, DO, gets into the details of JAK inhibitors, explaining how they work and cutting through the hype around the treatments.