Clinical Challenge

An 80-year-old man presents complaining of a very large oozing plaque on his scalp that has been slowly growing for more than a year.

Four New Generic Products Launched

Amneal announced the launch of four new generic medications.

Is Sunscreen Irreplaceable?

Can sunscreen pills, drinkable sunscreen, diet, wearable devices, and smartphone apps replace sunscreen for skin protection?

Home-Tattoo Infection Risks

Inks in some home tattoo kits are contaminated and could cause skin infections, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration says.

Dangerous Spider Bites on the Rise

Although the bite of a brown recluse spider is poisonous, the wounds usually heal well if left alone.

Chart: Lice and Scabies

Review this chart on 'Lice and Scabies' for quick information when you need it.

Flesh-Eating Bacteria at the Beach?

Health officials in Florida have issued a warning that a bacteria that causes flesh-eating disease has infected at least 11 people in the state.

Focus: Acne

Nothing makes your practice easier than quickly scrolling through MPR's extensive database of Acne drug treatments.


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