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I tried out 7 startups that aim to make it easier and cheaper to go to the doctor. An online dermatology visit turned out to be the best one.
Getting my skin checked out in a virtual doctor visit was the most useful way for me to access an appointment I would have otherwise put off.
The doctor who helped create a skin-care line for Amazon just started a new website to take on drug companies that charge $2,000 for common creams
Prescriptions to treat acne, burns, and growths can cost hundreds or even thousands of dollars. A new website will sell them for $24 to $60.
I asked a dermatologist to critique my skin-care routine — here’s what I learned, plus products she recommended
I asked dermatologist Dr. Dendy Engelman to go over my skin-care routine with me so I could learn what I'm doing right, and what I'm doing wrong.
People are using medicine intended for horses with parasite infections to treat the skin disease rosacea, drawing the concern of dermatologists.
Skin care is a long-term investment, but there are a few things you can do at home to help your face look younger and livelier in just a month. A dermatologist reveals her three go-to home remedies for better skin.
Photos of a scaly, discolored patch of skin on Trump’s face have gone viral — here’s what it is, according to a Yale dermatologist
A photo of President Donald Trump that surfaced last week revealed a rough patch of skin on his cheek. A dermatologist needed only one look to guess what it was: keratosis. "Trump was recently frozen," she said.
Dermatology biotech Dermira said on Monday that its experimental drug to treat acne failed two key clinical trials.
Experts recommend carrying a bottle of sunscreen around with you, even on cloudy or rainy summer days. But just because you put on sunscreen in the morning doesn't mean you're safe to be out all day. Here's how often you need to reapply to get full protection.
One of the most popular ways of keeping your skin healthy is bogus — here’s what you should do instead
Anti-wrinkle creams are peddled aggressively at women, but dermatologists say they don't work. Instead, you should protect your skin to prevent damage.