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Coronavirus Resource Center


During the coronavirus pandemic, the AAD's Coronavirus Resource Center will help you find information about changes in dermatology and how you can continue to care for your skin, hair, and nails.

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Dry skin relief from COVID-19 handwashing

Heal and prevent dry skin caused by frequent handwashing and hand sanitizer use with these tips from dermatologists.

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How to prevent and treat hand rashes

Washing your hands as often as recommended and using hand sanitizer can reduce your coronavirus risk. It can also cause a hand rash. You may be able to treat a hand rash at home by following this advice from dermatologists.

Taking isotretinoin during the coronavirus pandemic

You can continue to treat acne with isotretinoin. See how you can shelter in place and still meet with your dermatologist every 30 days.

Biologics: Should you continue this medication?

If you use a biologic to treat psoriasis, dermatologists recommend that you continue to do so during the coronavirus pandemic. Find out why.

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Dermatologist’s secret for removing gel nail polish at home

The coronavirus pandemic has us tackling many DIY projects. If removing gel nail polish is on your to-do list, here’s how you can do it safely.

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5 reasons to see a dermatologist for mole, skin tag removal

While sheltering in place, some people are removing their own moles and skin tags. Find out why you want a dermatologist to do this for you.

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Can an app diagnose skin cancer?

We’re turning to online health resources more than ever. Before you rely on an app to find skin cancer, here’s what you should know.

Telemedicine connects patients with dermatologists

If you need to see a dermatologist, you may be able to get the care you need from a telemedicine appointment. Here’s what you need to know.


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