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The cold, dry air of winter can deplete your skin of moisture and cause "winter itch."
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5 hrs ago | Freshnews
NEW YORK & IRVINGTON, N.Y. -- -- MELA Sciences, Inc. designer and developer of MelaFind , an FDA approved non-invasive optical device that assists dermatologists in the diagnosis of melanoma, received positive dermatologist feedback from its second Clinical Advisory Meeting held in conjunction with the 16th Annual Mount Sinai Winter Dermatology ... (more)
10 hrs ago | Medical News Today
A pathway known for its role in regulating adult stem cells has been shown to be important for hair follicle proliferation, but contrary to previous studies, is not required within hair follicle stem cells for their survival, according to researchers with the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania.
14 hrs ago | Market Wire
A comprehensive update will be provided to shareholders in mid January 2014. Prurisol: Cellceutix has corresponded with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration in preparation for clinical trials of Prurisol as a new oral drug candidate for psoriasis.
Medicaid applications were up more than 15% in October in states that are expanding their Medicaid programs under the Affordable Care Act.
Sunlight may age your skin faster than you think. In a new study published by the University of Michigan Medical School, researchers show that certain types of ultraviolet rays may induce cell damage in a matter of days.
The cosmetic industry has been asking FDA to approve more effective sunscreen for years.
Dr. Daniel Bennett discusses Accountable Care Organizations and how they impact dermatologists.
As part of our commitment to resident education, Cutis is excited to offer this new monthly section with board-relevant, easy-to-review material.
The idea of a chemical peel is scary enough, but acid on the eyes? US dermatologists are currently prescribing courses of Glytone, a gel-based trichloroacetic and lactic acid treatment which can safely be used around the eyes, including the lids.
Not simply the bane of high school students the night before prom, acne can occur during any phase of life.
But luckily for most, it's usually gone by the time adulthood hits. For others, the constant visits to the dermatologist and testing out numerous acne products can grow tiresome.
Close to 100 dermatologists attended the workshop hosted and lead by Prof. Dr. med.
There are loads of anti-aging supplements out there that promise to make you look younger.
Jennifer Lee, M.D., a Harvard Medical School graduate and faculty member at Harvard and Vanderbilt universities, will open the doors to REN Dermatology today.