Dermatology Experts Present Latest Information at AAD VMX 2021

VERITAS Vision System Is Introduced by Johnson & Johnson

The company will offer live demos of the new system in a wet lab at the Johnson & Johnson booth (#2813) this weekend at the 2021 American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery and American Society of Ophthalmic Administrators Annual Meeting.

GenesisCare Orders 27 Elekta Flexitron Treatment Devices

"GenesisCare continues to demonstrate its commitment to improving patient outcomes worldwide and Elekta is delighted to play a vital partnering role to achieve this mission," said Gustaf Salford, Elekta's President and CEO.

FoodMarble AIRE Shown to Exceed the Performance of ‘Gold Standard’ SIBO Testing in Clinical Trial

SIBO is a very common disorder where there are excessive bacteria present in the small intestine. The true prevalence of SIBO in the general population is largely unknown, with some studies estimating its occurrence in up to 15% of healthy individuals. It is also largely associated with many other common clinical conditions, including irritable bowel syndrome, where 40-80% of IBS patients have SIBO.

Dermatology experts at the AAD VMX 2021, a virtual meeting experience taking place April 23-25, will feature the latest information on skin, hair, and nails, presented by world-renowned experts in the field of dermatology.

Board-Certified Dermatologist Warns Consumers About the Dangers of Skin Bleaching to Achieve a Lighter Complexion

Despite the potential dangers of skin bleaching products, the global market for skin lighteners last year was estimated at $8.6 billion. With the market projected to reach $12.3 billion by 2027, a board-certified dermatologist from the American Academy of Dermatology expresses concern about this growing trend and the unintended health consequences of pursuing lighter skin at any cost. Read more.

Board-Certified Dermatologist Shares How Visible Light Impacts the Skin

Visible light is all around us. From nature’s sunlight to artificial light sources from ceiling lights, our phones, computer screens and TVs, we may be exposed to more visible light than ever before, but what does that mean for our skin? Read more.

New Research Focuses on a Growing Pandemic Problem – “Zoom Dysmorphia”

During the pandemic, there was a shift to remote work, and demand for video conferencing increased. A board-certified dermatologist shares findings revealing how increased exposure on camera, combined with the distorting effects of front-facing cameras, is leading patients to think negatively about their appearance and seek cosmetic care — a new phenomenon she calls “Zoom Dysmorphia.

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