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Nitric-Oxide-releasing Topical May be Effective for Molluscum Contagiosum
Findings from a recent study showed an investigational nitric-oxide-releasing topical therapy may effectively treat patients with molluscum contagiosum.
Biologic Meets Key Endpoints for Pediatric Patients with AD
A phase 3 pivotal trial demonstrated superior efficacy of biologic compared with placebo among adolescent patients with atopic dermatitis. For study results and safety, read more.
Can Probiotics Improve Eczema Symptoms in Children?
A new study assessed a specific probiotic mixture as a potential treatment option for children with atopic dermatitis.
Study Reveals 6 Distinct Classes of Eczema
Atopic dermatitis, commonly known as eczema, is a widely prevalent disease. In a recent study, researchers aimed to identify subphenotypes of atopic dermatitis in children.
Can Smartphones Help Diagnose Pediatric Skin Conditions?
Parent-provided smartphone photographs can be used to help diagnose skin conditions in pediatric patients, according to a recent study.
Probiotics Mix May Curb Atopic Dermatitis Severity, Topical Steroid Use in Young People
An oral probiotic formulation may reduce both atopic dermatitis severity and use of topical steroids to treat it in young people with moderate disease, researchers say.
How Safe Are Various Systemic Therapies For Pediatric Psoriasis?
Recent research examined how children with psoriasis responded to tumor necrosis factor inhibitors than with methotrexate.
Can Discontinuing Breastfeeding Improve AD in Infants?
A recent study analyzed how discontinuing breastfeeding and shifting to partially hydrolyzed whey formula impacted the symptoms of atopic dermatitis.
Molecular Differences Between Pediatric and Adult Psoriasis Plaques
Recent research examined the pathology of pediatric psoriasis and adult psoriasis.
Study Assesses Quality of Life in AD, Asthma Patients
In children with asthma and AD, the number of topical corticosteroid (TCS) preparations used is associated with lower Quality of Life (QoL) and increased AD severity, according to recent research.
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