Bob Kronemyer
Microbe imbalance fuels acne
The difference between acne and healthy skin is largely dependent on the balance of the skin microbiota, according to study results.
Ethnic variations in aging
There is a shift in skin aging by decades, depending on ethnicity, according to results of a scientific evaluation underwritten by Proctor & Gamble Co.
Molecular age of melanoma
The field of molecular diagnostics, as it pertains to dermatology, has truly exploded in the last decade, according to one expert.
Skin cancer screening
Data-driven screening guidelines for skin cancer have been published electronically, in reaction to the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force’s 2016 draft recommendation statement on skin cancer screening.
Sunscreen and accountability: How well does it work?
Coppertone reports voluntarily having a third-party conduct and share an independent assurance assessment of their sunscreen line.
Tinea pedis treatment tests better than expected
A silicone-based gel with a nitric oxide platform has been found to be safe and efficacious for treating tinea pedis, according to the results of a Phase 2 trial.
Spear-phishing targets healthcare
Worried about cyber vulnerability in your office? Understand the risk and avoid being compromised with these tips from security experts.
Rhinoplasty affects upper lip projection
Many studies evaluate the relationship between the nose and the upper lip, but this is the first to demonstrate that rhinoplasty can create lip projection.
Standard practices for cutaneous surgery
Researchers summarize the latest literature in cutaneous surgery to provide pre-, intra- and postoperative guidance for patient safety and comfort.
Laser treatments found safe, effective
A new study finds that use of dual laser therapy alone in skin types V and VI achieves excellent results with an exceptional side-effect profile.

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