PSP is rolling out a new monthly feature that spotlights practice managers and the important role they play within the physician’s office. Look for Behind The Scenes in our December 2014 issue!
Opening a comprehensive breast center can help improve quality of care and access to care for women undergoing breast reconstruction, according to a case study at Ohio State University, Columbus.
Check out what products are featured in November’s Hot Stuff.
The spa industry is experiencing a boom: it’s time to hop on the wellness wagon. Contributing editor Wendy Lewis explains why.
Researchers at the University of California in San Francisco found that drinking a 20-ounce soda every day accelerates aging by about 4.6 years, which is akin to smoking related-aging.
PSP explores the perils of VIP syndrome in plastic surgery in this special report.
For the second year in a row, ThermiRF nabs the “Best of Hot Topics” award at The American Society of Plastic Surgeons’ annual meeting.
Can a novel nanoparticle help deliver a lethal melanoma drug derived from pine park? Penn State researchers think so.
Everyone is talking about actress Renee Zellweger’s new face, but here’s what they are not saying. PSP editor Denise Mann chimes in.
A growing body of evidence suggests that as many as 30% of cryolipolysis patients treated with the CoolSculpting® System from ZELTIQ Aesthetics can also show improvements in skin texture, laxity, and cellulite. In this article, W. Grant Stevens, MD discusses the cryodermastringo phenomenon.