Professor of Dermatology, Adam Friedman, MD, explains that urea, a natural moisturizing factor, in cream, can help soothe cracked skin. Read more about urea cream in this article in Allure.
George Washington University Resident Angelo Landriscina, MD, discusses with Professor of Dermatology, Adam Friedman, MD, seborrheic keratoses basics in addition to on and off label approaches to treatment. George Washington University Resident Misty Eleryan, MD, then interviews Dr.
After systemically reviewing 34 studies, Professor of Dermatology and Director of the Supportive Oncodermatology Clinic Adam Friedman, MD, and his team at GW have found skin cooling methods may be the best preventative intervention against taxane-based chemotherapy side effects.
The Women's Dermatologic Society hosted a Regional Educational Series Event at District Commons.
Professor of Dermatology, Adam Friedman, MD, explains that stress can increase nerve signaling that causes itchiness. Can meditation actually help reduce facial redness? Learn more about meditation's potential positive impact on skin by clicking the link.
Acne in adult women is typically cystic in nature, suggesting the influence of certain hormones explains Professor of Dermatology, Adam Friedman, MD. Click the link to learn more about causes, treatment, and the prevention of cystic acne.
Professor of Dermatology, Adam Friedman, MD, elaborates on how both genes and medications can result in people being more prone to bruising.
Professor of Dermatology, Adam Friedman, MD, explains the benefits of conditioning your hair in Allure. Read more by clicking the link.