Acne clinical practice guideline; historical perspective on food allergy [Podcasts]

Interview with Dr. Shannon Humphrey, medical and cosmetic dermatologist in Vancouver, and assistant professor and director of CME in the Department of Dermatology and Skin Science at the University of British Columbia.

Acne can adversely affect quality of life and may lead to emotional distress and permanent scarring. This evidence-based guideline (open access) was developed to facilitate efficient diagnosis and effective treatment of acne vulgaris in the Canadian population. With early diagnosis, treatment of active lesions and prevention of adverse sequelae, the health of many Canadians with acne may be improved.

As well, an interview with Matthew Smith, senior lecturer at the Centre for the Social History of Health and Healthcare, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, Scotland. Dr. Smith discusses his humanities article (subscription required) called: "Witchcraft, fad or a racket?" Food allergy in historical perspective.

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  1. David Bell

    Your article points out many of the issues us adults have with our skin – I didn’t have acne as a teenager got them later as an adult 🙁 I am from Vancouver BC & tried http://www.Suttoncosmetic.com – they did magic on my skin! The staff at SuttonCosmetic.com, dermatologist Vancouver, has become more than just medical professionals to me. They have seen me through not only my skin issues, my aging issues and my aesthetic needs, they have held my hand and helped heal my heart through some rough personal times also.

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