Rockin' the End of 2019 for Hh Awareness, Education, Advocacy, Research, and More!
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No Sweat, Colored Sweat, Bloody Sweat, Smelly Sweat, & Extreme Sweat
There's more than one way to sweat. And while we (kinda) love sweat and fully embrace how essential it is to human survival and functioning, even we have to admit that some types of sweating might just freak a person out.
Blood? Blue? Green? Stink?
The Heart & Soul Behind Our Work
Where does the International Hyperhidrosis Society's passion come from? How do we feed the fire in our heart? Tune it in to Know Sweat Podcasts to find out. From the heart of IHhS’ origins and future, to why medical scientists who could do nearly anything have chosen hyperhidrosis as their focus, you’re sure to discover something new and inspiring as you listen.
From the heart of IHhS’ origins and future, to why these medical scientists who could do nearly anything have chosen hyperhidrosis as their focus, you’re sure to discover something new and inspiring when you tune in. Dr. Glaser and Dr. Pariser bring bountiful energy and passion to their hyperhidrosis research, teaching and clinical care. They are known worldwide for their work and patients often travel incredible distances to find them. They are friends, colleagues and compassionate humans who you’ll want to welcome into your earbuds. If you’ve been turned away, dismissed or short-changed in your search for hyperhidrosis care, here are the consummate professionals on your side.
Voice of the Hyperhidrosis Patient: Our 6th Know Sweat Podcast Episode Released
With the holiday season nearly upon us, time is more precious than ever. Our KnowSweat Podcasts make getting the information you need about excessive sweating fast and convenient.
The latest episode (our 6th) covers key data that was recently presented at the American Academy of Dermatology's Annual Meeting. This is data YOU provided as part of our Patient- Focused Drug Development Meeting (PFDD) and might never otherwise get the chance to easily appreciate and digest (in less than 5 minutes!)
Share your Hh story through the StoryCorps Archive
Want to help honor Hyperhidrosis Awareness Month: Share your hyperhidrosis story through the StoryCorps Archive or share your support through listening.
Research shows that for healthcare professionals, time pressures, a perceived lack of treatments, and costs often get in the way of candid hyperhidrosis conversations. But for sufferers and loved ones, it seems like it's often unawareness, hopelessness, fear, embarrassment, or past bad experiences that propagate silence.
It doesn't have to be this way. Listen. Record. Share.
Q: What does research tell us about Hyperhidrosis? A: Listen to Hyperhidrosis 101
What is hyperhidrosis really? In this episode of the KnowSweat podcast series we tackle the definitions, the data, the basics...and the heart.
Sit back and lean in for a fascinating conversation with distinguished guests, hyperhidrosis experts and co-founders of the International Hyperhidrosis Society, Dr. Dee Anna Glaser, Dr. David Pariser and Lisa J. Pieretti. Colleagues and co-revolutionaries in the under-represented world of excessive sweating, these three friends have been working for nearly two decades with a shared mission to make life with hyperhidrosis (and despite hyperhidrosis) easier, better and less lonesome.
But we don't want to give it all away. Grab your headphones or speakers and tune in now.
EADV Successes Launch Us into a Month of Building!
The International Hyperhidrosis Society thanks the global hyperhidrosis family for empowering our work at the European Academy of Dermatology and Venereology's (EADV) Annual Meeting in Madrid earlier this month!
Supported by your donations, IHhS was able to educate more than 150 physicians during our 4-hour Subspecialty Meeting on Excessive Sweating alone! We also spent two days sharing perspectives and experiences with dermatology professionals, industry representatives and fellow international nonprofits at the EADV's Patient Society Village.
We're so grateful to our dedicated leadership of Dr. David Pariser, Dr. Dee Anna Glaser, Dr. Carl Swartling & Lisa J. Pieretti, MBA for lecturing at the EADV with expertise and insight. Great learning starts with great teachers!