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American Academy of Dermatology Hosts 74th Annual Meeting
Research: Misconceptions Lead to Negative Perceptions of Acne
According to new research, acne patients are often perceived negatively by others, which may affect patients’ quality of life.
Survey: Almost Half of African-American Women Have Experienced Hair Loss
African-American women are prone to hair loss, and new data illustrates the scope of this problem, which often goes undiagnosed.
Be Aware of Who’s Providing Your Care
In order to receive the best possible care, patients should take steps to evaluate dermatology websites and apps before using them for remote consultations.
Patients Have Many Reasons to Love Lasers
Dermatologists can use laser treatments to help patients in more ways than ever, utilizing the latest technology to offer more effective treatments with less downtime.
Specialized Tests Useful for Melanoma Diagnosis, Treatment
In certain cases, genetic and molecular testing can yield valuable information that helps dermatologists provide individualized care for their melanoma patients.
Medication for Moms-to-Be: Managing Skin Conditions in Pregnancy
While pregnant women with chronic skin conditions may fear that treating these conditions could compromise their baby’s health, a board-certified dermatologist can develop safe and effective treatment plans for these patients.
Acne: Tips to help you see
African-American hair: Tips for everyday care, processing, and styling