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People who had nonmelanoma skin cancer (NMSC) were at increased risk for subsequently developing melanoma and 29 other cancer types, and this association was much higher for those under 25 years of age.
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Knowledge about essential fatty acids is paramount to shifting into newer paradigms that contribute to optimum skin correction and maintenance.
Researchers Release Study Highlighting Efficacy of Triple Protection Factor Broad Spectrum Sunscreen
Journal of Drugs in Dermatology (JDD) released a clinical study highlighting the efficacy of Triple Protection Factor Broad Spectrum Sunscreen, TPF 50, to prevent skin sun damage and non-melanoma skin cancer.
The two new strategies now published by researchers are the result of in-depth studies of the disease biology that have revealed some of the underlying molecular causes.
Researchers have revealed a critical player in the cellular interactions leading to eczema&mdashla chronic inflammatory skin condition affecting more than 14 million United States children and adults.
Researchers have developed a microscopic technique that identifies residual cancer tissue in 90 seconds, promising to dramatically reduce the length, inefficienc, and cost of this common surgery.
Researchers have identified antioxidant tiron, which offers total protection against some types of sun damage and may ultimately help our skin stay looking younger for longer.
When Homo sapiens left Africa and had to adapt to less sunny climates, there was a mutation in one of the genes responsible for regulating the synthesis of melanin, which allowed for better absorption of vitamin D, but also increased the risk of developing skin cancer in adulthood.
A team of researchers discovers a protein that normally is involved in healing skin wounds is also, under certain conditions, a promoter of invasive and metastatic skin cancers.
Essential fatty acids found in shea butter, olive phytosqualane, and grape seed and hazelnut oils help the sustained hydrating benefits by helping limit TEWL. These ingredients are also featured throughout the YON-KA Paris HYDRA N◦1 Collection.
Dermatologists recommend that products found on drugstore shelves boast effective ingredients that can help control acne.
Dermatologists are encouraged by early research showing a link between probiotic use and clearer skin in acne and rosacea patients.