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Did you know that 2 to 5% of women of reproductive age are affected by a more severe form of premenstrual syndrome (PMS) known as premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD)?
A team of engineers are hoping the 12-sided cage they developed will one day help fight cancer. Made from self-assembling silica, the nanocage is only 11 nanometers across—for comparison’s sake, a human hair is about 100,000 nanometers across. Silica particles can safely traverse the body, and as...
New Infusion pump is superior to oral treatment for advanced Parkinson’s disease.
Diagnosis remains the biggest unmet need in patients with rosacea.
How would you diagnose this week's Derm Case Challenge?
The gut microbiome is widely viewed as an exciting new treasure trove of medical insight. But the skin microbiome holds plenty of its own potential, including for patients with eczema. A new study used a spray containing roseomonas mucosa bacteria to recalibrate the skin microbiome in people with eczema....
Genetic testing for Parkinson’s risks can be useful to people with and without the disease. It can also help advance research into the complex condition. Although the testing usually occurs in a research setting, it can also happen through a movement disorder specialist or online screenings. Genetic...
Patients, advocates, and researchers are ecstatic over a potential new weapon in the fight against Huntington’s disease.
[case_image][/case_image] [case_image_citation] David L. Kaplan, MD — Series Editor [/case_image_citation] [signs_symptoms] This 65-year-old woman presented for evaluation of an asymptomatic change in skin color that had come on gradually over the past 2 to 3 months. She denied any new exposures...