Dermatology News

dna, genetics

Psoriatic arthritis (PsA) is a type of arthritis that often affects people who have psoriasis. Researchers have identified genetic markers for both psoriasis and PsA. Dr. Suzanne Friedler told Medical News Today that there are genetic markers and familial hereditary patterns that make someone more likely to develop psoriasis and PsA.

acne, pimple

“There are plenty of old wives’ tales and remedies, but the best way to clear a pimple fast is to have a good skin-care routine all the time,” Suzanne Friedler, MD, a fellow of the American Academy of Dermatology (AAD).


Denise Gallo, APRN writes about the skin disorder known as melasma. It can pack an emotional wallop that raises a person’s self-consciousness and lowers self-esteem.


Eczema is caused by an immune system response to something it doesn’t like, though what it doesn’t like can range widely and change from person to person. Dermatologist Dr. Cybele Fishman gives you the “need to know” information about this skin malady.


Dermatologist Cybele Fishman is part of an expert panel reviewing the latest natural deodorants on the market.

pubic shaving

While having pubic hair is completely natural and healthy, many people choose to remove some or all of it based on personal preference. Dr. Suzanne Friedler, a board-certified dermatologist has some important steps to follow when shaving your pubic hair.

Breast Boils

Breast boils are a fairly common condition, caused by a rogue hair follicle that becomes infected by bacteria.  Suzanne J. Friedler, M.D. gives you details on how to deal with this swollen reddish bump underneath one of your breasts.


Board-certified dermatologist ​​Suzanne Friedler, MD recommends mineral sunscreens in general that can help those with sensitive skin.


Dermatology PA-C Jennifer Wong offers tips on the benefits of this increasingly popular cosmetic technique.


Board-certified Dermatologist Loretta Pratt, MD, offers many options for treating teen acne and no one approach works for every patient.

healthy skin

Denise Gallo, APRN, a board-certified nurse practitioner with SkinCare Physicians of Fairfield County stresses the need for basics: a mild facial cleanser, a fragrance-free moisturizer, and sunscreen.

aire conditioning

Dr. Cybele Fishman, a board-certified dermatologist with Advanced Dermatology PC in New York, shows us how you can get your icy relief and keep your skin happy.

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