The majority of children will experience hives; allergens are typically the trigger. Professor of Dermatology, Adam Friedman, MD, explains that among children, food is more frequently a trigger.
Yasmine Kirkorian, MD, Pediatric Dermatologist at Children's National Health System explains the potential severity of hyperhidrosis, why it's important to seek a proper diagnosis, and why hyperhidrosis frequently surfaces during childhood.
"I think the people working at dispensaries have anecdotal experience that allows them to make recommendations, whereas I have limited scientific evidence on which to base any recommendations," Dr.
Adam Friedman, MD, Professor of Dermatology and Director of Translational Research, and George Washington University medical student Stephanie Kao wrote an article for the November/December edition of the Oncology Issues journal.
Professor of Dermatology, Dr. Adam Friedman, shares his best plan of action for dealing with a freshly cleansed face.
Approximately 20 percent of Americans will experience hives in their lifetime. Professor of Dermatology, Adam Friedman, MD, FAAD, discusses at-home remedies, when to seek immediate medical attention, when to seek a dermatologist's care, and the prevention of future hives.
Professor of Dermatology, Dr. Adam Friedman, scoffs at the idea that cryotherapy works as an anti-aging treatment. Despite the use of cryotherapy by big name celebrities, the actual benefits are debated. Read more about the science behind, (or lack of), cryotherapy.
Professor of Dermatology, Adam Friedman, MD, and team review 35 studies regarding the treatment of prurigo nodularis to evaluate the most effective options. The team found that emerging treatments are among the most effective, but suggest that additional randomized controlled trials are needed.