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Tattoo removal takes tiny steps forward
Tattoo removal takes tiny steps forward
Years after Carly Cardellino quit her college sorority, she couldn’t leave behind one piece of it: a teal star and a red heart outlined in black, the group’s symbol, which she had spent $50 to have tattooed on her left foot during her s...
Burnout prevention tips from the trenches
Burnout prevention tips from the trenches
It's no longer a secret that symptoms of professional burnout — exhaustion, cynicism, lack of effectiveness — are spreading through the healthcare workforce like wildfire. While recent large studies have shockingly revealed burnout rates of...
What dermatologists need to know about African-American hairstyling practices and the risk of tra...
What dermatologists need to know about African-American hairstyling practices and the risk of tra...
In a review of 19 studies, researchers at Johns Hopkins say they can confirm a "strong association" between certain scalp-pulling hairstyles — many common among African-Americans — and the development of traction alopecia, gradual hair loss...
Light-listening device could transform skin disease detection
Light-listening device could transform skin disease detection
The future of skin cancer and other disease detection could change with the development of a photonics device that listens to light.