Update on acne
The NCEA Commission on Accreditation (COA) approved these webinars for 1.0 CE through March 8, 2013. For more information on the COA, please visit www.NCEACertified.tv.
Update on Acne
Presented by James Fulton MD, Ph.D.
Acne remains a teenager's worse four-letter word. This presentation will debunk the
acne myths and establish that acne is genetic. Initial treatment is topical and consists of benzoyl peroxide cleansers, alpha hydroxyl toners and vitamin A conditioning lotions. Boosters may include acne surgery, chemical peels, oral antibiotics or isotretinoin. New therapies such as LED lights and Fraxel® lasers will also be discussed. 1.0 CE through March 8th, 2013.
At the conclusion of this webinar the skin care specialist will be able to:
1) Understand the pathogenesis of
2) Apply treatment decisions based on the grade of acne.
3) Employ boosters as needed to continue the patient's progress.
4) Recognize appropriate light and laser therapies.
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Skin cancer check may come with new hairdo
A trusted hairdresser may be privvy to your deepest secrets—your age, your real hair color and maybe even the name of your plastic surgeon. Your stylist also may be the first to spot the telltale
signs of deadly skin cancer.
Would you ever try an electricfFacial?
Fifteen times a week on average, Robert Schwarcz, MD, a New York City–based cosmetic surgeon, injects patients with Botox. For certain individuals he also writes down a phone number on a piece of paper and tells them to make an appointment. It's not for a dermatologist or a colorist with a flair for youthful-looking highlights. The number is for Angela Kulangi, a facialist at Total Skin, a day spa that specializes in electric
facials that deliver, via small wet sponges, low levels of microcurrent to stimulate the muscles of the face and neck. "If the patient has been using neurotoxins for more than three years, and if she has genetically thin skin and slim facial musculature, I'll make a gentle suggestion for her to see Angela," says Schwarcz. "I like the idea of providing a plumpness to a nonactive muscle and generating controlled muscular activity."
Bioengineering to repair and generate healthy skin
Medical News Today
Scientists at Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (UC3M Carlos III University) are participating in research to study how to make use of the potential for auto regeneration of stem skills from skin, in order to create, in the laboratory, a patient's entire cutaneous surface by means of a combination of biological engineering and tissue engineering techniques.
Despite warnings, Americans get
One-third of U.S. adults and 69 percent of children were sunburned in 2005 despite warning that sunburn increases skin cancer risk, a researcher says.
leader David Buller of Klein Buendel Inc., examined the prevalence of sunburn, sun protection and indoor tanning behaviors for an article in the report, "Melanoma Surveillance in the United States," scheduled to be published November issue of the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology.
Leishmaniasis becomes growing threat within US borders
Dermatology Times via Modern Medicine
Once thought of as an infectious disease of impoverished tropical nations, found only outside U.S. borders, cutaneous leishmaniasis is making its way out of poverty and into the United States.
Research sheds light on Vitamin D's role in immunity
HealthDay News via U.S. News & World Report
Vitamin D plays a critical role in the body's ability to fight off infections like tuberculosis (TB)—a potentially fatal lung disease, according to a new study.
An international team of researchers found that vitamin D, which is a natural hormone, is linked to human immune reactions and might also help protect against cancer and autoimmune diseases.
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