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Clinics in Dermatology

Cover Image - Clinics in Dermatology, Volume 39, Issue 5
Clinics in Dermatology brings you the most practical and comprehensive information on the treatment and care of skin disorders. Each issue features a Guest Editor and is devoted to a single timely topic relating to clinical dermatology.

Clinics in Dermatology provides information that is...

• Clinically oriented -- from evaluation to treatment, Clinics in Dermatology covers what is most relevant to you in your practice.

• Authoritative -- world-renowned experts in the field assure the high-quality and currency of each issue by reporting on their areas of expertise.

• Well-illustrated -- each issue is complete with photos, drawings and diagrams to illustrate points and demonstrate techniques.

Now affiliated with the International Academy of Cosmetic Dermatology (IACD). Visit the IACD web site for more information.

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The purpose of the International Academy of Cosmetic Dermatology is new and unrivaled, bringing together dermatologists and cosmetic surgeons with members of the pharmaceutical and cosmetic industry. Cosmetic and pharmaceutical chemists will have the opportunity for an open and free interchange with physicians in an atmosphere conducive to learning.

Nutrition and the skin: Part I

Freidrich Anselmo and Marcia Driscoll from the University of Maryland reviewed the deleterious side effects of nutritional supplements.1 Many of us are taking supplements in an attempt to stay healthy and “youthful,” without considering the potential negative impact some of these supplements can have. Although these supplements are often assumed safe, excessive consumption of supplements may have deleterious effects. Anselmo and Driscoll review the potential adverse effects from vitamin supplements including vitamin A, niacin, biotin, vitamin D, and vitamin E, as well as specific mineral supplements including zinc, copper, and iron.



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