Socioeconomic factors are driving up the prevalence of allergic conditions in Northern Canada, but long distances and a lack of testing facilities make management difficult (1,700 words, 8 minutes)
Considering the barriers to biologic treatments for dermatologic conditions in Indigenous people (1,300 words, 6 minutes)
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More education, mentorship, and remote support are necessary for primary care practitioners supporting patients with skin infections (1,400 words, 7…
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A small but growing body of research on skin conditions in Canada’s remote communities identifies health challenges and needed research directions…
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Today’s report also covers secukinumab dose optimization, lack of reactivation of latent tuberculosis, and more (1,300 words, 8 minutes 5 seconds)
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Examining the history of North American Indigenous treatments for common skin conditions (1,600 words, 8 minutes)
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Little hard data exists on how common psoriasis may be in North American Indigenous populations, complicating care and policy (1,300 words, 6 minutes)
Poor access to medical care in Australian prisons has a negative impact on disproportionately incarcerated minorities (1,200 words, 6 minutes)
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