Tuesday, February 4, 2020

"Ayanna Pressley" Opens Up about Hair Loss from Alopecia Areata

US Representative Ayanna Pressley (D-Mass.), who in 2018 grew to be the first African American girl to characterize Massachusetts in the House of Representatives, currently made public that she has been diagnosed with alopecia areata. Pressley, who attended Boston University’s College of General Studies in the early 1990s, shared the news in a transferring video on The Root, opening up about the reality that after first noticing that her hair was once starting to fall out this previous autumn, she has now lost all her hair.
“I do believe going public will help,” Pressley says in the video, the place she publicly confirmed her bald head for the first time. “Because I’m not right here just to occupy space—I’m here to create it… I hope this begins a conversation about the personal struggles we navigate, and I hope that it creates recognition about how many people are impacted by alopecia. To all those sharing their non-public memories in response, I see you.”
Alopecia areata is a disorder that ambitions the hair shaft, says Lynne Goldberg, director of the Hair Clinic at Boston Medical Center. It normally first appears in young adulthood, although human beings of all a while can be affected. Goldberg, the Jag Bhawan Professor of Dermatology, and of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at the Boston University School of Medicine, talked with The Brink about alopecia and how she hopes Pressley’s disclosure about having the disorder will raise consciousness and funding for extra lookup on its causes.
Alopecia areata is an autoimmune disease that has both a genetic predisposition and environmental triggers. Different patients have different triggers, and stress can definitely play a role. Sometimes no trigger is identified. 

Note:- Explore your thesis about Dermatopathology in "Asian Aesthetic and Dermatology Congrss" which is going to be held in Shanghai, China during July 13-14, 2020.

David Ian | Program Manager
Asian Dermatology 2020
WhatsApp no: +441799420005

Thursday, January 23, 2020

Asian Dermatology 2020 Young Scientist Awards:

Dermatology Conference Committee is intended to honour prestigious award for talented Young researchers, scientists, Young Investigators, Post-Graduate students, Post-doctoral fellows, Trainees, Junior faculty in recognition of their outstanding contribution towards the conference theme. The Young Scientist Awards make every effort in providing a strong professional development opportunity for early career academicians by meeting experts to exchange and share their experiences on all aspects of Dermatology.
Young Research’s Awards at Asian Dermatology 2020 for the Nomination: Young Researcher Forum - Outstanding Masters/Ph.D./Post Doctorate thesis work Presentation, only 25 presentations acceptable at the Asian Dermatology 2020 young research forum.
·         Young Scientist Award recognition certificate and memento to the winners
·         Our conferences provide best Platform for your research through oral presentations.
·         Learn about career improvement with all the latest technologies by networking.
·         Young Scientists will get appropriate and timely information by this Forum.
·         Platform for collaboration among young researchers for better development.
·         Provide an opportunity for research interaction and established senior investigators across the globe in the field
·         Share the ideas with both eminent researchers and mentors.
·         It’s a great privilege for young researchers to learn about the research areas for expanding their research knowledge.
·         Young Investigators, Post-Graduate students, Post-doctoral fellows, Trainees, Junior faculty with a minimum of 5 years of research experience
·         Presentation must be into scientific sessions of the conference.
·         Each Young Researcher / Young Scientist can submit only one paper (as first author or co-author).
·         Age limit- Under 35yrs
·         All submissions must be in English.

For more information,

David Ian | Program Coordinator
Asian Dermatology 2020
Whats App no: +441799420005

Tuesday, October 15, 2019

Skin Allergy:

The best way to inform if you’re having an allergic response is to go see an allergist or dermatologist and get patch trying out done. “Short of that, it is challenging to recognize until you have a pattern of reactions, like you solely react to hair dye versus fragrances versus a variety of products,” Parikh says. “If there is a similar sample to your reactions, it probable is an allergy as a substitute than reacting to a couple of matters which may additionally be extra of sensitivity—or what we call an irritant reaction.”

The most common allergens in skin care products, in accordance to Parikh, are fragrance mix, formaldehyde, two quaternarium 15, isothiazolinones, balsam of Peru, nickel, paraphenylenediamene, and antibacterial ointments. If you suppose you’re having an allergic reaction however can’t make it to an allergist, your satisfactory guess is to pick merchandise that are fragrance-, dye-, and paraben-free, she says. A few manufacturers she recommends: Free & Clear, Almay, Clinique, and Vanicream, which “have been developed to be free of many allergens.”

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Monday, October 7, 2019

Herbal Therapy in Dermatology:
Herbal remedy is becoming increasingly popular among sufferers and physicians. Many herbal preparations are marketed to the public for a number illnesses inclusive of these of the skin. Herbal therapies have been used efficaciously in treating dermatologic disorders for hundreds of years in Europe and Asia. In Germany, a regulatory commission oversees natural preparations and encouraged uses. In Asia, herbal remedies that have been used for centuries are now being studied scientifically. Currently, the United States does not modify herbal products, as they are regarded dietary supplements. Therefore, there is no standardization of active ingredients, purity, or concentration. There are also no guidelines governing which herbs can be marketed for a range of ailments. This has made studying about and the usage of these treatments challenging. Information compiled in a practical trend may additionally allow extra patients to gain from these remedies currently used worldwide. We reviewed the natural medicinal drugs that exhibit scientific proof of clinical efficacy, as well as the extra frequent herbs shown to be useful in the treatment of dermatologic disorders. The safety of each herb has been addressed to better allow the medical doctor to be aware of which natural treatments they can also favor to begin to use in practice. Common drug interactions and side consequences of natural drugs that may be considered in the dermatologic putting were also studied.
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