Category archives for: Stacy D Tompkins, MD

Skin disorders, #1 reason for doctor’s visits in America

skin doctor in la jolla

By Stacy D. Tompkins If you’re like most people, you’ve probably seen the doctor recently on an issue pertaining to your skin. That’s because according to a new study at the Mayo Clinic, dermal disorders are the number one reason people visit their doctors in the United States. From all other non-acute conditions, skin problems [...]

The 4 essential beauty treatments of 2013

beauty treatments of 2013

By Dr. Stacy D. Tompkins, North Coast Dermatology This is going to be your year. With 2013 closely upon us, women across America are eager to usher in the New Year. There’s an atmosphere of motivation and positivity in the air. From weight loss goals to a complete wardrobe re-haul, women are on the pursuit [...]

Children and Psoriasis: What Every Parent Needs to Know

Psoriasis Dermatologist in La Jolla Stacy Tompkins

By Stacy D. Tompkins, MD, North Coast Dermatology When it comes to pediatric psoriasis, very few studies examine the secondary effects of the skin condition in children. Most kids who have psoriasis are prescribed medication to treat the problem, and many end up living with the skin condition for life. But as new research suggests, [...]

Winterize Your Skin: 5 Essential Skin Care Tips for Eczema Sufferers

Eczema dermatologist in La Jolla

by Stacy D. Tompkins, M.D., North Coast Dermatology Promising new research that targets the root cause of eczema and its potential treatment is welcome news to those who suffer from the condition. As researchers try to pinpoint the markers responsible for the skin disorder, eczema patients can in the meantime take steps to prepare their [...]

Fighting back against teenage acne

Acne dermatologist in La Jolla

by Dr. Stacy Tompkins, MD North Coast Dermatology Cassandra Bankson knows firsthand the effects of cystic teenage acne, both physically and emotionally. At the age of 13, her acne had become so bad that peers were calling her pizza face and virus, teasing her to the point where it was difficult to even leave her [...]

Rising melanoma rates in young women: can green tea really help?

New studies say green tea may be a promising remedy for treating melanoma.

by Stacy D. Tompkins, M.D. There’s no doubt that melanoma is an epidemic in our nation, and with rising rates of tanning bed use, the concerns over skin cancer have escalated among medical experts. In a recent study released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC),melanoma rates in the Unites States have increased [...]

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  • Leave no one behind in Alzheimer’s research July 30, 2014
    Today in the U.S., more than 5 million people are living with mild to moderate Alzheimer’s disease. According to a 2009 study by the Alzheimer’s Association, of those 5 million people, more than 500,000 live in California. As we live longer, rates of Alzheimer’s disease have grown dramatically, and the disease is now cited as the third leading cause of death […]
  • SD Foundation announces $47M in grants, names new board members July 29, 2014
    The San Diego Foundation today announced it granted $47 million to nonprofit organizations in fiscal year 2014. Since its inception, the foundation has granted $880 million to serve and improve the San Diego region. […]
  • SD Surf Academy Condliffe GU11 win Albion Cup July 29, 2014
    San Diego Surf Academy Condliffe GU11 won the Albion National Soccer Cup championship, held July 18-21 in San Diego. […]