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Nursing job outlook: The perfect storm brewing

One question that continues to haunt the nursing profession is, "Will there be another big nursing shortage?" The United States is projected to need at least 500,000 nurses by 2022. However, when taking into account retirement and attrition, that number escalates to 1.5...

source: By Joan Spitrey
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This study was intended to assess whether rubbing the skin when removing makeup cosmetics is a major factor that worsens skin conditions in atopic dermatitis patients. The study's findings demonstrate that...

source: Journal of Cosmetic Dermatology via MD Linx

Tremfya has shown high rates of long-term skin clearance in patients with moderate to severe plaque psoriasis in a phase 3 extension study, Janssen Pharmaceutical Companies announced in a press release. A Psoriasis Area Severity Index 90 response was recorded in 84 percent...

source: Healio

Lasers typically used for tattoo removal are on the rise as a possible treatment for melasma, with the novel 730 nm picosecond laser (PicoWay, Candela) being the most recently studied device which showed to be safe and effective for treating benign pigmented lesions.

source: Dermatology Times

The idea that rosacea is uncommon in darker skinned individuals may be due to under-recognition. Careful clinical examination, a thorough history and biopsy in some cases are needed for accurate diagnosis and differentiating rosacea from...

source: Dermatology Times

Dermoscopy may be an effective means of evaluating the process of skin barrier repair after damage, suggests study data published in the Journal of Cosmetic Dermatology. Although dermoscopy is typically used for the visual assessment of dermatologic disorders, it may also...

source: Dermatology Advisor

Patients with acral lentiginous melanoma who are Black, Hispanic, and Asian generally present with more advanced lesions that are more ulcerated and thicker compared with patients who are non-Hispanic white, suggesting early...

source: Dermatology Advisor


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