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10/31/2013 | Kris Campbell
Glycation is a buzzword that is gaining more momentum in the consumer and retail sectors. Find out what it means for your clients.
10/31/2013 | Katherine Tomasso
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9/3/2013 | Sam Dhatt
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University Hospitals Case Medical Center found that sleep quality impacts skin function and aging.
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7/30/2013 | Michelle Goldsmith
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Research reveals that sugar ages your skin through a process called glycation.
7/1/2013 | Elaine Linker
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