Dr. Elle de Moll discusses health disparities communities of color face with respect to receiving care for scalp diseases. In patients with skin of color, clinicians need to look for different signs of rosacea than typically seen in White patients. People with darker skin tones experience a more significant impact of vitiligo than those with lighter skin tones. Dr. Elle de Moll, a Connecticut-based dermatologist, discusses the health disparities communities of color face is psoriasis. Autoimmune diseases such as psoriasis and eczema are likely impacted by air pollution. Melasma is more challenging to treat in people with darker skin. Individuals with psoriatic arthritis (PsA) often have impaired sexual function. Stress rashes are primarily caused by psychological stress which makes the skin more susceptible to irritation and infection. Since vitiligo patients were more likely to have additional conditions, doctors should pay more attention during check-ups. Psoriatic arthritis is a heterogeneous disease with notable clinicobiological differences between men and women. Dr. Soumya Chakravarty of Janssen Scientific Affairs spoke about the disease impact of psoriatic arthritis. Psychosocial screenings are low among hidradenitis suppurativa patients. A study shows differences in the ethno-racial presentation of of psoriasis. A study assessed the racial and ethnic diversity of US participants in clinical trials for dermatologic conditions. Existing diagnostic criteria for hidradenitis suppurativa (HS) may not fully apply to pediatric patients. The representation of Black and Latinx resident trainees in dermatology is lower than in other specialties. A common fatty acid found in the Western diet breaks down into compounds that negatively impact psoriatic lesions. Urban Health Today spoke with Mirna Becevic, about addressing barriers of skin care using telemedicine modalities Urban Health Today spoke with Mirna Becevic to address the challenges underserved communities face in accessing skin care. According to a survey of patients with psoriatic arthritis, women experience a higher disease burden compared with men.