PSP editor Denise Mann talks about Caitlin Jenner's amazing transformation in the July 2015 issue of PSP.
GLADD's new style guide for media on how cover Caitlyn Jenner's announcement can also help surgeons treat transgender individuals with respect.
PSP editor Denise Mann discusses how the team came up with their 15 influencers for 2015.
A national regulatory framework designed to prevent and limit indoor tanning is needed to alleviate the cancer burden and reduce the billions in financial costs from preventable skin cancer, according to two Georgetown University public health experts.
Ceatus Media Group CEO David Evans' warns about the coming Google change and how it may affect you.
PSP editor remembers the Baron of Botox, Fredric Brandt, MD.
PSP Editor Denise Mann extols the merits of trade publications.
Buried within the folklore of St. Patrick’s Day may lie some very salient beauty advice.
Practice Helpers' Joyce Sunila discusses the role of from-the-heart authentic messaging in your marketing materials.
A dermatologist lauds PSP's coverage of his specialty,
A breast surgeon responds to an article on male breast cancer.
Cosmetic surgery delivery and price will be affected by the Affordable Care Act. Sam Habernathy explains why here.
PSP editor Denise Mann discusses her favorite topic ... Bruce Jenner.
PSP editor Denise Mann discusses all the exciting changes in store for the brand in 2015.
If you’re sending only event invitations, discounts, procedure descriptions, and other “Call-to-Action” material on Facebook, you’re headed down the wrong path, Joyce Sunila warns.
PSP Editor Denise Mann shares insights from her interview with David Pyott, chairman and CEO of Allergan, and Brent Saunders, CEO of Actavis.
They say making predictions is a fool's errand, but that doesn't stop PSP editor Denise Mann from taking a stab at it.
Fat will still be phat and other predictions for 2015 from the AAFPRS.
PSP contributing writer Joyce Sunila gets personal in this blog. We at PSP send her and her family positive healing vibes. Our thoughts are with you, Joyce.
Vacation breasts are experiencing their 15 minutes of fame, but are they worth the risk?