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Vietnam War veterans with prior exposure to the herbicide Agent Orange may be at higher risk for certain types of skin cancer, suggests a report in the February issue of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.
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By collecting, analyzing and disseminating data from thousands, the registry will help clinicians, researchers and the pharmaceutical industry study the comparative effectiveness and safety of psoriasis therapies.
1/2/2014 | JoElle Lee
A partnership has to be formed with your clients to find a long-term solution that treats the root cause of their skin problems.
1/2/2014 | Carol and Rob Trow
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Scientists have learned that a humectant-rich emollient containing high amounts of urea relieves xerosis by removing scales, increasing skin hydration and reducing abnormal skin thickness.
A novel combination anti-psoriasis therapy has potential for superior and longer-lasting therapeutic effects than current topical treatments by targeting genetic abnormalities in deeper layers of the skin.
A low level of daily exposure to a common component of sunlight can cause skin damage at the molecular level after just a few days, new University of Michigan Medical School research shows.
12/4/2013 | Kristina Valiani
The combination of a strict home-care regimen and a plan of action with a qualified skin care professional can greatly reduce the chances of acne.
10/31/2013 | Michael Q. Pugliese and Peter T. Pugliese, MD
Cell-to-cell communication is emerging as an exciting area in cosmetic product development.