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JAK Inhibitors for the Management of Atopic Dermatitis

Atopic dermatitis (AD) is a chronic, relapsing, inflammatory skin disease estimated to affect up to 20% of children and ...


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JAK Inhibitors for the Management of Atopic Dermatitis

Sunscreen in Skin of Color

We are well aware that ultraviolet (UV) radiation from the sun can damage the DNA in our skin cells, which can lead to p ...

Filed under: Dermatology, Public Health


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Alternative Medicine Treatment for Skin Conditions

Patients often seek complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) treatments for skin conditions, including herbs, tradit ...

Filed under: Dermatology, Health Policy and Trends


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A New Treatment For Acne Vulgaris

When treating acne vulgaris in the clinical setting, the focus is placed on the 4 key aspects involved in its pathogenes ...

Filed under: Dermatology


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JAK-STAT Inhibition in Atopic Dermatitis

More than 21 million people in the US are affected by atopic dermatitis (AD). This chronic, immune-mediated disease is a ...

Filed under: Dermatology


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Acne Scarring

One of the most common inflammatory skin diseases encountered by dermatology practitioners is acne. Onset of acne typica ...

Filed under: Dermatology


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A New Topical Treatment for Atopic Dermatitis

Atopic dermatitis (AD) is a chronic, immune-mediated skin disease; more than 21 million people aged 12 years and older a ...

Filed under: Dermatology


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Not All Moisturizers Are the Same

With summer coming to an end, the temperature will decrease, the humidity will lower, heaters will be turned on, and dry ...

Filed under: Dermatology


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Controversies in Sunscreen - An Update

It is well established that too much ultraviolet radiation from the sun can damage the DNA in your skin cells, which can ...

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Wrinkles in Time: Photoaging

As I enjoy my vacation in sunny Cabo San Lucas, sitting under my umbrella covered in sunscreen and SPF clothing, I am re ...

Filed under: Dermatology


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