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  1. Cancer prevention by creating a sustainable chemical environment
  2. A core domain set for hidradenitis suppurativa trial outcomes: an international Delphi process
  3. Dermatology training across the globe, part II: a summary of the literature
  4. Towards global consensus on core outcomes for hidradenitis suppurativa research: an update from the HISTORIC consensus meetings I and II
  5. The global burden of melanoma: results from the Global Burden of Disease Study 2015
  6. Conflicts of interest in dermatology: a medical student and mentor perspective
  7. The Surgeon General Should Say That Indoor Ultraviolet Radiation Tanning Causes Skin Cancer
  8. Long-term Efficacy of Topical Fluorouracil Cream, 5%, for Treating Actinic Keratosis
  9. Comparing cutaneous research funded by the US National Institutes of Health (NIH) with the US skin disease burden
  10. The Global Burden of Cancer 2013
  11. Lessons from a Legislative Struggle to Ban Indoor Tanning for Children Younger than 18
  12. The global burden of psoriatic skin disease
  13. University Tort Liability for Allowing College Debit Card Purchasing of Indoor UV Tanning Services
  14. Indoor Tanning Practices of Colorado High School Students
  15. Alignment of systematic reviews published in the Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews and the Database of Abstracts and Reviews of Effectiveness with global burden-of-disease data: a bibliographic analysis
  16. Teledermatology as an Educational Tool for Teaching Dermatology to Residents and Medical Students
  17. The global burden of disease associated with alopecia areata
  18. Effect of recent Ebola outbreaks on estimating the global burden of diseases with skin manifestations
  19. Disease Burden Measures: a Review
  20. Comparative Effectiveness of Topical Drugs in Dermatologic Priority Diseases: Geometry of Randomized Trial Networks
  21. Global Burden of Eye and Vision Disease as Reflected in the Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews
  22. Identifying Otolaryngology Systematic Review Research Gaps
  23. It's time for “keratinocyte carcinoma” to replace the term “nonmelanoma skin cancer”
  24. US campus and university debit card policies regarding tobacco and electronic cigarettes
  25. Global mortality from conditions with skin manifestations
  26. Interactions between Ultraviolet Light and MC1R and OCA2 Variants Are Determinants of Childhood Nevus and Freckle Phenotypes
  27. Systematische Analyse von Gesundheitsinformationen in YouTube Videos am Beispiel von Sonnenschutz und Hautkrebs
  28. Global Burden of Skin Disease as Reflected in Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews
  29. Evidence-Based Dermatology
  30. Comparing Cutaneous Research Funded by the National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases with 2010 Global Burden of Disease Results
  31. Buying indoor tanning with university debit cards
  32. A Review of Novel Therapies for Melanoma
  33. Acne Vulgaris
  34. Measuring Sun Damage at the Grocery Store
  35. The Global Burden of Skin Disease in 2010: An Analysis of the Prevalence and Impact of Skin Conditions
  36. Therapeutic potential of the anti-diabetic agent metformin in targeting the skin cancer stem cell diaspora
  37. Impact of Ultraviolet Photography on Sun Safety Practices of Snow Sport Industry Conference Attendees
  38. Mobile medical and health apps: state of the art, concerns, regulatory control and certification
  39. Keep on “Liking” us: The JAAD’s Facebook page turns 2 years old
  40. Current concepts for oil decontamination of crush injuries: a review
  41. Social Networking Sites
  42. Mobile Applications in Dermatology
  43. The Cochrane Skin Group: a vanguard for developing and promoting evidence-based dermatology
  44. Physician survey of dermatology quality reporting initiatives in Colorado
  45. Internet dermatology resources
  46. Acne vulgaris
  47. Dermatology podcasting: An untapped resource for continuing education
  48. Contradictory State Administrative Regulation of Minimally Invasive Cosmetic Procedures in Kentucky and North Carolina
  49. “Like” us on Facebook: An evaluation of the JAAD's inaugural year on Facebook
  50. Disability-adjusted life years (DALYs) for 291 diseases and injuries in 21 regions, 1990–2010: a systematic analysis for the Global Burden of Disease Study 2010
  51. Years lived with disability (YLDs) for 1160 sequelae of 289 diseases and injuries 1990–2010: a systematic analysis for the Global Burden of Disease Study 2010
  52. The Role of Systematic Reviews and Meta-analysis in Dermatology
  53. Mailed Intervention to Promote Sun Protection of Children
  54. Sun damage in ultraviolet photographs correlates with phenotypic melanoma risk factors in 12-year-old children
  55. Additional Restrictions of Indoor UV Tanning
  56. Ethical issues regarding caring for dermatology patients in the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Health Care System
  57. Legislation Restricting Access to Indoor Tanning Throughout the World
  58. The Relationship Between Hygiene and Microbial Burden in Atopic Dermatitis Risk Based on a Systematic Review
  59. Parents’ Perceptions of Skin Cancer Threat and Children’s Physical Activity
  60. Topical Antimicrobial Treatment of Acne Vulgaris
  61. The Growth of Clinical Trials and Systematic Reviews in Informing Dermatological Patient Care
  62. Benchmarking US Department of Veterans Affairs dermatologic services: Results from a national survey
  63. Cox-2 Inhibitors in the Prevention of Melanoma
  64. Defining an acceptable period of time from melanoma biopsy to excision
  65. Infectious Skin Diseases: A Review and Needs Assessment
  66. Preface
  67. Acne vulgaris
  68. Introduction: US Dermatologic Health Care Needs Assessment
  69. Acne Vulgaris: Pathogenesis, Treatment, and Needs Assessment
  70. Conclusions and Recommendations: United States Dermatologic Health Care Need Assessment
  71. State medical board regulation of minimally invasive cosmetic procedures
  72. Ellagic acid inhibits melanoma growth in vitro
  73. Nonmelanoma Skin Cancer Chemoprevention
  74. Ghost Busting in Dermatology Publications: Providing Byline Integrity
  75. Telling the Same Tale Twice: Déjà vu and the Shades of Grey in Self-Plagiarism
  76. Reading Between the Lines: Can Peer Reviewers Be Expected to Detect Fraud?
  77. Hiding Behind the Curtain: Anonomyous Versus Open Peer Review
  78. Dermatology education and the Internet: Traditional and cutting-edge resources
  79. Indoor Tanning Regulation, Enforcement, Taxation, and Policy
  80. Internet social networking sites and the future of dermatology journals: Promises and perils
  81. Online videos to promote sun safety: results of a contest
  82. Tobacco smoking cessation for treating acne
  83. Dermatologists wearing white coats on practice websites: current trends.
  84. Counseling Patients to Avoid Indoor Tanning
  85. Dermatology information on the Internet: An appraisal by dermatologists and dermatology residents
  86. Nutrition and melanoma prevention
  87. Cochrane in the United States of America
  88. What Is the Evidence for Effective Treatments of Acquired Epidermodysplasia Verruciformis in HIV-Infected Patients?
  89. Retrospective Analysis of the Association Between Demodex Infestation and Rosacea
  90. The Risk of Depression, Anxiety, and Suicidality in Patients With Psoriasis
  91. Outpatient Follow-up and Secondary Prevention for Melanoma Patients
  92. Unusual presentation of cactus spines in the flank of an elderly man: a case report
  93. Tanning and Increased Nevus Development in Very-Light-Skinned Children Without Red Hair
  94. Acute onset of neurofibromas in association with esophageal adenocarcinoma
  95. Preface
  96. Dedication
  97. Health Care Inequities: An Introduction for Dermatology Providers
  98. Survey Research in Dermatology: Guidelines for Success
  99. Social Internet Sites as a Source of Public Health Information
  100. Consumer Empowerment in Dermatology
  101. Dermatology Internet Resources
  102. Reviewing Dermatology Manuscripts and Publications
  103. The Benefits and Risks of Ultraviolet Tanning and Its Alternatives: The Role of Prudent Sun Exposure
  104. Mentoring Satisfied Residents—Reply
  105. Vacations to Waterside Locations Result in Nevus Development in Colorado Children
  106. Melanocytic Nevus Development in Colorado Children Born in 1998
  107. Dealing With Unanticipated Mortality in a Large Randomized Clinical Trial of Topical Tretinoin
  108. Self-archiving dermatology articles
  109. Institutional review board approval for surveys: Why it is necessary
  110. Reinterpreting the fate of manuscripts declined by the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology
  111. Emerging alternatives to the impact factor
  112. Notice of inadvertent duplicate publication: (1) Penile paraffinoma: Self-injection with mineral oil; and (2) Invisible mycosis fungoides: A diagnostic challenge
  113. Cox-2 Inhibitors in the Prevention of Melanoma
  114. Similar Deficiencies in Procedural Dermatology and Dermatopathology Fellow Evaluation despite Different Periods of ACGME Accreditation
  115. Similar Deficiencies in Procedural Dermatology and Dermatopathology Fellow Evaluation despite Different Periods of ACGME Accreditation: Results of a National Survey
  116. US Dermatology Residents' Satisfaction With Training and Mentoring
  117. Open Access Dermatology Publishing: No Citation Advantage Yet
  118. Co-publishing Cochrane Library systematic reviews: journal editor and Cochrane Skin Group author experiences
  119. Scientific discourse 2.0. Will your next poster session be in Second Life ®?
  120. Human papillomavirus infection and ultraviolet light exposure as epidermoid inclusion cyst risk factors in a patient with epidermodysplasia verruciformis?
  121. Adding over-the-counter dihydroxyacetone self-tanners to sunscreen regimens to increase ultraviolet A light protection
  122. U.S. Dermatology Faculty Evaluation by Residents: Results of a National Survey
  123. The trouble with medical journals
  124. Systematic Reviews
  125. The write position
  126. Frequently asked questions regarding self-plagiarism: How to avoid recycling fraud
  127. Wikis: The Application of Web 2.0
  128. Substandard requirements for clinical research publication in dermatology journals
  129. Refining dermatology journal impact factors using PageRank
  130. Indoor UV Tanning Youth Access Laws
  131. Chemoprevention: a role in melanoma?
  132. Journals should set a new standard in transparency
  133. Cultivating peer review
  134. Cochrane Skin Group systematic reviews are more methodologically rigorous than other systematic reviews in dermatology
  135. The Increasing Importance of Systematic Reviews in Clinical Dermatology Research and Publication
  136. Melanoma chemoprevention
  137. Statins, Fibrates, and Melanoma Risk: a Systematic Review and Meta-analysis
  138. Inaccessible Novel Questionnaires in Published Medical Research: Hidden Methods, Hidden Costs
  139. Uniform Resource Locator Decay in Dermatology Journals
  140. Red Hairs, Number of Nevi, and Risk of Cutaneous Malignant Melanoma: Results From a Case-Control Study in Italy—Reply
  141. Dermatology Internet Yellow Page advertising
  142. What Dermatologists Do Not Know about Smallpox Vaccination: Results from a Worldwide Electronic Survey
  143. UV Tanning Advertisements in High School Newspapers
  144. Indoor Tanning Attitudes and Practices of US Dermatologists Compared With Other Medical Specialists
  145. A randomized intervention study of sun protection promotion in well-child care
  146. Tobacco smoking cessation for treating acne
  147. Time for all dermatology societies to adopt smoke-free policies
  148. The Cochrane Skin Group: Promoting the Best Evidence
  149. A win-win proposition: Fostering US health care consumer involvement in the Cochrane Collaboration Skin Group
  150. Statins and fibrates for preventing melanoma
  151. Tanning Facility Youth Access and Skin Cancer Information Practices in Four us States
  152. Protective Eyewear and UV Tanning
  153. Barzilai DA, Freiman A, Dellavalle RP, Weinstock MA, Mostow EN. Dermatoepidemiology. J Am Acad Dermatol 2005;52:559-73 (April)
  154. Re: Sun Exposure and Mortality From Melanoma
  156. Compliance With Youth Access Regulations for Indoor UV Tanning
  157. Do Smoking, Obesity, and Stress Cause Psoriasis?
  158. A case for informed consent? Indoor UV tanning facility operator’s provision of health risks information (United States)
  159. Texas ultraviolet tanning youth access law
  160. 2005: A Banner Year for New US Youth Access Tanning Restrictions
  161. Dermatoepidemiology
  162. Lovastatin-induced apoptosis in human melanoma cell lines
  163. Treatment of patch and plaque stage mycosis fungoides with imiquimod 5% cream
  164. Nevus Density and Atopic Eczema—Reply
  165. Indoor UV tanning operator opinion regarding youth access: An electronic survey
  166. Limitations
  167. Letter to the Editor
  168. Internet Citations in Oncology Journals: A Vanishing Resource?
  169. Is High Mole Count a Marker of More Than Melanoma Risk?
  170. Avoiding URL Reference Degradation in Scientific Publications
  171. Tobacco's effects on acne are not clear
  172. What is the point of databases of reviews for dermatology if all they compile is “insufficient evidence”?
  173. Exploring the polymorphism of crystalline pentacene
  174. Researcher Opinions on Human Embryonic Stem Cell Issues
  175. Demand outstrips supply of US pediatric dermatologists: results from a national survey
  176. Addressing internet reference loss
  177. INFORMATION SCIENCE: Going, Going, Gone: Lost Internet References
  178. Teenagers in the UV Tanning Booth?
  179. The CUSP ΔNp63α isoform of human p63 is downregulated by solar-simulated ultraviolet radiation
  180. Melanoma Chemoprevention: A Role for Statins or Fibrates?
  181. Vancomycin-associated linear IgA bullous dermatosis mimicking toxic epidermal necrolysis
  182. Youth Access Laws
  183. Assessing Evidence-Based Dermatology and Evidence-Based Internal Medicine Curricula in US Residency Training Programs
  184. Lipid-lowering agents for preventing melanoma
  185. CUSP/p63 expression in basal cell carcinoma
  186. CUSP/p63 expression in rat and human tissues
  187. Characterization of an Autoantigen Associated With Chronic Ulcerative Stomatitis: The CUSP Autoantigen is a Member of the p53 Family1
  188. Acne Vulgaris