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Dermatologists lack sufficient training on skin of color, which can lead to missed, or misdiagnosed conditions.
Specialized training is needed to educate dermatologists about differences between Black and white skin and hair.
The American Academy of Dermatology is marking Skin Cancer Awareness Month by asking, “Do you use protection?”
Dermatologists should consider patients’ skin color when diagnosing and treating their skin conditions.
If you believe you can just take a magic pill to prevent pimples, think again.
Using teledermatology for digital evaluations could save you both time and money if you have a worrisome skin issue.
If you’ve ever been skeptical about unsourced hair-health advice from naturalista “experts.”
’Brown sugar,’ ’honey’ are ingredients in an exfoliating scalp scrub.
The big advantage of coloring your hair is that it’s an easy, non-surgical way to change your look.
Women can lose half of their hair due to seriously stressful events such as childbirth, surgery and the death of a loved one.
Many people think dermatologists only specialize in skin care. Not so. These docs are also trained to care for the hair and nails.
Think blacks don’t get skin cancer? Well, forget that myth and slather on some sun protection.
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