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By: Jennifer Linder, MD
Once clients have successfully completed their cancer treatments, helping them to reclaim healthy skin can be a great emotional support.
By: Cathy Christensen
The all-new Advanced Education Conference Program format allows you to learn more in-depth information than ever before about the topics you most want to know about.
Researchers have found a virus competent at finding, infecting and killing human melanoma cells, both in vitro and in animal models, while having little tendency to infect non-cancerous cells.
The risk of high blood pressure associated with psoriasis patients calls for them to receive regular health screenings.
According to a recent survey, the majority of individuals with rosacea feel the skin condition has an impact on their social lives.
By: Kris Campbell
Look at where female clients are in their life cycle, and consider the possible skin conditions that can occur due to hormonal imbalance at that time.
Researchers have determined a new way people unconsciously perceive age.
Milk and sugary foods do increase the risk of acne, say researchers, after looking at 50 years of data.
A new formula features a micronized emulsion of retinol containing very small particles that rapidly disperse and absorb into the skin, easily reaching their target: the deeper epidermal layers.
New research indicates that a better understanding of botulinum toxin may hold potential in the treatment of inflammatory skin diseases.