Expert emphasizes the use of technology and engineer systems to prevent aesthetic providers from making medication mistakes.
Adding growth factors to skincare products is a concept that has been hampered by roadblocks, including high cost.
Energy-based medicine options are helping to reverse many of the sexual dysfunction issues plaguing today’s aging population, one expert told attendees at The Aesthetic Show.
Initial findings of a multicenter study on U.S. patients treated with a non-invasive High-intensity Focused Electromagnetic device suggest it simultaneously builds muscle and eliminates subcutaneous fat. According to one expert, this device is a paradigm shift in how aesthetic physicians treat abdominal fat and build abdominal muscle.
Only 20% of mobile dermatology apps designed for patients may be worthwhile, shows an analysis published in February in the online journal Cutis. Learn more in this slideshow.
Study shows how primary care and dermatology practices can collaborate to serve underserved populations.
FDA approves early, pre-approval trials for pediatric cases
Adalimumab may be effective for plaque psoriasis, but not heart disease and other inflammatory conditions associated with the condition. This study confirms that the inflammatory process is unique and that one treatment may not apply to other inflammatory conditions.
Review highlights the need to accurately diagnose this common bacterial infection.
The AMA’s chief information officer talks digital health technology with Dermatology Times.