August 9

AIDS and aging: Insights from years of practice

Insights occur on a variety of paths. They can come from analyzing data from dozens of studies or from careful observation and patient interaction over time. For Timothy G. Berger, MD, insight came ... > MORE

Advances in lasers have greatly improved outcomes for several procedures

Advances in lasers are driving greatly improved outcomes in a variety of dermatologic procedures, such as tattoo removal, treating pigmented lesions, facial rejuvenation, skin tightening, removal of ... > MORE

New hemangioma treatments can have positive effects on infants

Vascular anomalies can have a traumatic effect as they may cause medical complications and mar a person's appearance, but this is particularly true of their subset — hemangiomas — that appear in the ... > MORE

New technology holds promise in detecting lesions, diagnosing melanomas

Much of the focus for reducing the growing threat of melanoma has been on health care professionals screening patients. Dermatologists can lead this effort by stepping up their own screening efforts ... > MORE

New research for hair regrowth untangled

Hair loss is a traumatic experience for patients with conditions such as alopecia areata and lichen planopilaris, but recent research promises advances through such diverse treatment options as ... > MORE

Economist sees ACA raining on health care parade

Before he became a health futurist and medical economist, Jeff Bauer, PhD, was a weatherman. So as he talks about the future of health care, Dr. Bauer flashes back to his former job and sees wildly ... > MORE

Sunday symposia featuring facial dermatoses, women’s health, and mucosal disease

Tomorrow may be the last day of Summer Meeting, but that doesn't mean you should skip out early. On the contrary, we've saved some of the best for last, including a brand new session on mucosal ... > MORE

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