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Women’s Dermatologic Society WDS
by NEXT STEPS IN DERM TEAM on
Learn how the Women’s Dermatologic Society WDS can bring you networking opportunities, access to grant programs and lead you to great mentors. Explain briefly what the WDS does. The Women’s Dermatologic Society cultivates personal and professional development of dermatologists, with a focus on mentorship, volunteerism, and leadership. WDS offers a number of awards programs and volunteer op … Tags: , , ,

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Nutricosmetics and #DermTipTuesday with Dr. Brittany Carter-Snell
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Nutricosmetics and Your Patients Looking for creative ideas to get your patients tuned into the connection between diet and healthier skin? Take a look at the #DermTipTuesday article by Dr. Carter-Snell as she introduces her patients to the concept of nutricosmetics and specific foods that are scientifically proven to benefit the skin.  Next Steps in Derm looks at Dr. Carter-Snell's and … Tags: , , , , , , , ,

The Latest on Probiotics and Skin Health
by MARY-MARGARET KOBER, MD on
Mary-Margaret Kober, MD of The California Skin Institute comments on the importance of probiotics in skin health. Read her summary below, then review her Anti-Aging Effects of Probiotics JDD manuscript. What was your greatest motivation in writing an article on the topic of probiotics? Patients are always interested in ways to improve and protect their skin. Probiotics offer an exciting and … Tags: , , , , , ,

Dr. Peter A. Lio, MD Talks Synergy
by PETER LIO, MD on
Peter A. Lio, MD of Medical Dermatology Associates of Chicago shares his thoughts with us on his recent JDD podcast. Read below, then listen to Combo is King: Therapeutic Synergy in Dermatology (scroll to the second row of recordings). If I am a resident, why should I listen to this podcast? As a resident, one quickly gets used to a steep learning curve, but it turns out that residency is on … Tags: , ,

Tales from the Office: I forgot my son
by DENISE MOSER on
Okay, so we all know that patients run late especially the last couple of the day. They also have the best excuses. The best one so far is the appointment we had scheduled yesterday afternoon. The patient was a young teenage boy and his mother was bringing him to his appointment. The mom called in a panic–“We are going to be late, I got halfway to the appointment and realized that my son was n … Tags: ,