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  • New Treatment for Plaque Psoriasis in Teens Approved
    The latest news that has grabbed the attention of those suffering from plaque psoriasis, is the FDA’s approval of ustekinumab (Stelara, Janssen Biotech, Inc). Eligible patients include those 12 years Read more
  • Why Do I Need to See a Dermatologist?
    People can develop different skin problems throughout life, not just during their pubescent years. In fact, many women experience skin issues during pregnancy. Everyone’s body is different and the same Read more
  • Fall Allergies and Your Skin
    The fall season is upon us, which means more time spent outdoors with family and friends. Even though the temperatures will be cooler, it doesn’t mean you should cut down Read more
  • Detecting Ringworm in Children
    Having children comes with a lot of responsibility, including caring for their skin. It’s not uncommon for them to develop dry, itchy skin, even as newborns. Something most parents are Read more
  • Common Skin Changes During Pregnancy
    Pregnancy is a beautiful time in a woman’s life. Your body will go through a myriad of changes, some of which involve your skin. Not many women expect changes to Read more
  • Ways to Cope With Psoriasis
    Psoriasis is a frustrating skin disorder that currently affects 7 to 8 million people living in the United States alone. Those who suffer with this skin condition often deal with Read more
  • 5 Popular Skin Tag Myths
    Skin tags are growths that often develop on different areas of the body. They are commonly found on the neck and armpits, but they could develop just about anywhere on Read more
  • It’s Pumpkin Season – Even For Your Skin!
    Pumpkin season has finally arrived and it’s not just time to start eating pumpkin pie and drinking those pumpkin spice lattes. If you didn’t already know, pumpkin is great for Read more
  • The Do’s and Don’ts of Applying Sunscreen
    Applying a generous amount of sunscreen to your face and body is something you should do on a regular basis to protect yourself from the sun and its harsh rays. Read more
  • Treating Rosacea
    Rosacea is a common skin condition that is incurable, which means that dermatologists do their best to control the issue by looking at the signs and symptoms of each individual Read more
  • The Overall Benefits of Clinical Trials
    Clinical trials have become a vital part of the medical industry, specifically when it comes to the introduction of new treatments and medications. These trials are held in every category Read more
  • CoolSculpting – A Q&A with Dr. Myers
    Are you looking to get rid of stubborn fat without undergoing a surgical procedure that requires periods of downtime and possible scarring? Windsor Dermatology understands such requests and proudly offers Read more
  • Best and Worst Foods for Psoriasis
    Psoriasis is a skin condition that affects millions of people. It can be unbearable for some and not much of a problem for others. But, anyone who suffers from this Read more
  • 5 Popular Myths About Treating Acne
    Acne is a skin condition that affects millions of people across the country of all ages. This isn’t a condition that only affects teens. Adults can suffer from acne as Read more
  • Your Quick Guide to CoolSculpting® and CoolAdvantage PetiteTM
    What is CoolSculpting®? CoolSculpting is an FDA-approved procedure that safely removes stubborn fat from specific areas of the body like the thighs, chin, abdomen, and waist. Since 2010, this procedure has Read more
  • What’s Making Your Child’s Eczema Flare Up in Summer?
    Eczema is a skin condition that typically flares up the most during the winter months due to the dry air outside and the heat indoors. Despite winter being a difficult Read more

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