Topic: Dermatology

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Taking the Sting Out of Summer

James W. Young, D.O., FAOCD  |  Dermatology

Summer brings warm weather and sunshine, but it also brings mosquito bites and other stings.

Utility of Wood’s Lamp Screening in Patients with Pityriasis Versicolor

James W. Young, D.O., FAOCD  |  Dermatology

Pityriasis Versicolor is a skin eruption caused by fungi. This case report examines the causes and possible treatments.

Psoriasis: Relief for Pain, Swelling, and Itching

James W. Young, D.O., FAOCD  |  Dermatology

Psoriasis affects at least 7 million people in the U.S., but there are treatments to control this condition.

New Therapies in Dermatology

James W. Young, D.O., FAOCD  |  Dermatology

From time to time, new treatments surface in the medical field, and dermatology is no different.

Lyme Disease: Facts over Fear

James W. Young, D.O., FAOCD  |  Dermatology

Lyme disease induces a variety of reactions in people, but knowing the facts is more important than being fearful.