Let the light shine on! Entering the light therapy market
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Let the Light Shine On! Entering the Light Therapy Market
Presented by Kate Riley
This presentation will provide an introduction into
phototherapy for the skin care specialist who is not presently offering this procedure. We will discuss the underlying theory of light-based therapy; the differences in how light is generated and the benefits and limitations of each type of modality. 1.0 CE through March 8, 2013.
At the conclusion of this webinar the skincare specialist will be able to:
1) Summarize basic phototherapy theory.
2) Discuss the differences in light-based modalities.
3) Compare Laser, Intense
Pulsed Light (IPL), and Light Emitting Diodes (LED)
4) Evaluate if phototherapy can work in their practice.
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New device spots melanoma
MelaFind, a device that helps dermatologists decide whether to order a biopsy of suspected melanomas, has been approved by the FDA.
Melanoma is a fast-growing skin cancer. It's often curable if detected early. If not, it's one of the most deadly kinds of cancer.
Soy supplement may improve crow's feet
An experimental supplement derived from soy may help postmenopausal women smooth their "crow's feet" a bit, a small pilot study suggests.
The supplement, known
for now as SE5-OH, is under development by a Tokyo-based drug and supplement maker, Otsuka Pharmaceutical.
It contains a compound called S-equol, which is made from fermented soy germ.
Reckoning with the sun
The Wall Street Journal
For a growing number of patients 50 and older, those decades of baking in the sun are coming back to haunt them: One in five Americans will develop some kind of skin cancer over the course of a lifetime, according to the Skin Cancer Foundation. Fortunately even the deadliest form, melanoma, can be cured with early detection and proper treatment, but it's
crucial to keep an eye out for any changes in the skin that could signal a malignancy.
Hair professionals are potential front line for skin cancer detection
American Medical News
Physicians and patients could benefit from hair professionals being trained to help in the early detection of skin cancer on the scalp, neck and face, a study says.
Nearly 60 percent of 203 hair professionals surveyed at 17 salons in the Houston area said they already had recommended at least once that a customer see a health professional for an abnormal mole, said a report in the October Archives of Dermatology.
Web-based appointment scheduling, payment options offer convenience
Dermatology Times via Modern Medicine
Doctors increasingly are referring patients to secure websites to fill out needed forms, make payments and even schedule office visits. Web-based options offer convenience for patients, ease paperwork for office staff and keep appointments flowing for practitioners.
Tech-savvy teens more likely to use medication for acne
ANI via TruthDrive
A regular Internet-based communication can play a key role in reducing teen's acne, a new study has revealed.
Investigators from Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center decided to test whether a weekly
Internet-based communication could improve teenagers' use of topical acne therapy. And it did, Newswise reported.
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