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For this episode of Karger’s The Waiting Room Podcast, we spoke with cancer survivor and patient advocate Naniki Seboni about…

The nails on the ends of our fingers and toes protect them from damage, but can indicate underlying health conditions…

Atherosclerosis develops when our arteries begin to become narrowed or hardened. In the research article “Assessment of Subclinical Atherosclerosis in…

For this episode of Karger’s The Waiting Room Podcast, we spoke with Elisa Martini and Helen Crawford from the International…

Scalp seborrheic dermatitis is a long word, but, simply described, it means an itchy scalp. It affects many people to…

There is anecdotal evidence that bathing in the Blue Lagoon near Grindavik, Iceland, might reduce uneven skin pigmentation. The authors…

For this episode of Karger’s The Waiting Room Podcast for World Melanoma Day on May 1, 2023, as well as…

Psoriasis is an inflammatory skin problem from which more than 125 million people worldwide suffer. Over the past 20 years,…

This post looks at microneedling, which is a cosmetic procedure with some applications in dermatology. It has been gaining in…

Lichen planus is an inflammatory condition that can affect different parts of the body including the nails. It is not…

Patient expectations can affect their treatment experiences, even having an impact on efficacy and tolerability. The open access review paper…

On the occasion of World Vitiligo Day, which is observed on June 25 every year, we got in touch with…

Hair loss can be hereditary or a normal symptom of aging, but it can also be a sign of illness….

Inspired by the recent report “Vaccine Toes Are the New COVID Toes” published in the journal Skin Appendage Disorders, this…

This is the sixth part of our series about the condition based on our patient booklet “Fast Facts for Patients…

This is the fifth part of our series about the condition based on our patient booklet “Fast Facts for Patients…

May is Skin Cancer Awareness Month. Around 1.49 billion people worldwide suffer or have suffered from a skin disease at…

This is the fourth part of our series about the condition based on our patient booklet “Fast Facts for Patients…

This is the third part of our series about the condition based on our patient booklet “Fast Facts for Patients…

This is the second part of our series about the condition based on our patient booklet “Fast Facts for Patients…

This is the first part of our series about the condition based on our patient booklet “Fast Facts for Patients…

Onychomycosis is a relatively common infection of the fingernails and toenails. The currently available oral antifungals are not without risk….

We’re all accustomed to wearing masks in public now due to the COVID-19 pandemic. However, there are some issues that…

Radiation therapy is a common treatment for cancer. Skin reactions or dermatitis due to the radiation is prevalent. Currently, the…

The skin can react to certain medications by erupting into rashes called fixed drug eruptions. In this blog post, based…

During 2019 and 2020, the World Health Organization’s (WHO) Global Leprosy Strategy 2021–2030 “Towards zero leprosy” was developed. The core…

Our mental health can be influenced by long-term conditions, including dermatological ones such as eczema. This post was inspired by…

Tattooing involves pricking the body and introducing ink into the skin. In a small number of cases, bacterial infection can…

This post was inspired by the open access research article “The Additive Value of 3D Total Body Imaging for Sequential…

This post looks at a single case of Raynaud’s phenomenon (a disruption of the blood flow in the fingers and…