According to estimates from the National Institutes of Health, androgenic alopecia affects 30 million women and 50 million men in the United States.
Although these agents have shown considerable efficacy and an overall favorable safety profile, there have been numerous reports of adverse events affecting nearly every system in the body.
Emerging evidence points to a potential link between H pylori infection and skin diseases including rosacea.
By the year 2050, the US Census Bureau estimates that 50% of the population will comprise people of color; yet, nearly 50% of dermatology residents and dermatologists have indicated that they received inadequate training on skin conditions in this population.
Detergents labeled as dye- and fragrance-free may be the best option for certain patients.