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Questions About Eczema in Children? Bayer Creates an App for That

Eczema mobile device app is created after study finds 76% of moms whose children suffer from eczema don't feel knowledgeable about the condition.

Keys to Unlocking the Benefits of Vitamin C

Studies show that, when applied to the skin, L-ascorbic acid stimulates collagen synthesis, provides sun protection and protects the skin by reducing free radicals.

Study Finds Children With Psoriasis More Likely Obese or Overweight

Northwestern Medicine study finds excess adiposity (obesity measured by the body mass index percentile) occurred in 37.9% of children psoriasis.

Ingredient Investigation: Soy and Vitamin C

Linda Walker, author of The Skin Care Ingredient Handbook, shows why soy is a powerhouse and vitamin C continues to shine.

Unexpected Factor Contributes to Melanoma Risk in Red-Haired, Fair-Skinned Individuals

Researchers report finding that the type of skin pigment predominantly found in red-haired, fair-skinned individuals may itself contribute to the development of melanoma.

Infographic Educates About Skin Cancer, Prevention and Treatment

Austin skin care provider Four Points Dematology exposes the three main types of skin cancer, and reveals characteristics and statistics for each.

Targeting Skin Renewal With Peptides

The benefits of peptides are already recognized within anti-aging skin care, and continue to evolve and progress.

Antioxidants in Natural Skin Care

Daily replenishment of topical antioxidants provides the skin with an arsenal to deflect the assault and minimize the damage created by free radicals.

A Deeper Look at Extrinsic Aging

The large majority of cutaneous aging is caused by external influences, many of which can be avoided.

Do Patterns and Timing of Sunlight Exposure Contribute to Skin Cancer?

Recent studies have taken place examining the patterns and timing of sunlight exposure and how each is related to two nonmelanoma skin cancers -- basal cell carcinoma and squamous cell carcinoma.

German Survey Finds Nearly 40% Have Used a Sunbed

Researchers conduct a telephone survey of 4,851 individuals; women and immigrants more likely to have ever used a sunbed.

Study: Cosmetic Filler Injections Can Cause Retinal Blockage Leading to Blindness

The American Journal of Ophthalmology has published a report that evaluated 12 consecutive patients with retinal artery occlusion caused by cosmetic facial filler injections.

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