skin disease

Dermatomyositis requires a second-line treatmentStudy finds that second-line agents need to be incorporated into treatment for moderate to severe dermatomyositis, which is otherwise very difficult to treat.
Kyocera develops image recognition technology for skin disease identificationKyocera Communication Systems, a subsidiary of Kyocera, is teaming with the University of Tsukuba to created artificial intelligence (AI)-based technology that could identify skin cancers and other skin diseases.
5 facts to know about skin disease and self-esteemPhysical appearance can have a significant impact on the psychosocial health of children and adolescents, especially with identity and self-esteem.
Lessons from the past
Lessons from the pastScientists are digging into the past in search of genetic insight into modern skin diseases. Here are some of the hottest topics in the study of human history and skin disease.
Diet, skin disease data growingA growing number of studies suggest diet influences general skin health and specific skin diseases, from acne and eczema to skin aging. Dermatologists share their best practices for using diet to combat skin disease and promote skin health.
Fad diets and skinWhether to lose weight or for perceived health benefits, many patients are on one of a number of fad diets. Dr. Katta shares her advice to patients and how specific diets might affect skin health.
Biologic use beyond psoriasis
Biologic use beyond psoriasisFive severe conditions show positive response. More to comeā€¦
New study uncovers genetic links to rosacea
New study uncovers genetic links to rosaceaResearchers have identified gene variants that could lead to new treatment targets and a better understanding of rosacea.
Researchers isolate psoriasis triggering proteins
Researchers isolate psoriasis triggering proteinsCan targeting differentially regulated proteins reverse or prevent disease?
MauiDerm 2015: Research links Vitamin D, skin diseasesResearch has linked low levels of vitamin D to a variety of skin diseases, although it's not necessarily a cause-and-effect scenario.