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Steve received his bachelor of science in exercise physiology from Brigham Young University. He then went on to receive his master of medical science degree and physician assistant diploma from Emory University School of Medicine in Atlanta, Georgia. During his undergraduate studies, Steve worked as a rehabilitation therapist in the cardiac rehabilitation department at Utah … Read more
Brooklyn, N.Y. — Recent research has shown that ALA-PDT using blue light is a safe and effective treatment for acne vulgaris. ALA (Levulan) is absorbed by the skin and changes into a compound that is sensitive to light. ALA-PDT is a combination of a topical solution followed by exposure to blue light from the Blue … Read more
Men are twice as likely as women to not protect their skin in the sun, despite more men dying from melanoma than women, according to research due to be released at the British Association of Dermatologists annual conference in Glasgow next month.The shocking survey of 1213 adults formed part of the Northern Ireland Omnibus Survey … Read more
The Boston Globe reports that many dermatologists note growing concern about outdoor exercise among their sports- and fitness-minded patients. Dermatologist Jeffery Dover, MD, advises working out early in the morning or very late in the day to avoid the harshest rays, consistent and ample sunscreen use, and covering up. To date, dermatologists don’t have a … Read more
Utah based dermatology office located in Alpine. Participating in a clinical trial in 2006 changed 7-year-old Ben Kieffer’s life, says his mom, Jennifer. Ben had suffered from severe eczema since he was 5 weeks old, with relentless itchy, painful flares of the skin condition and many rounds of antibiotics to treat related infections. “His calves … Read more