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Feb
01
2008

Blue Love

By Cathy Christensen

Get a taste of the delicious flavor and important health benefits of the super blueberry.

Jan
30
2008

The Green Report: The Question Begs the Answer

By Jeff Falk

Beauty industry bigwigs discuss the greening revolution.

Jan
30
2008

Unilever to Cease Using Shark Products in Cosmetics

Personal care, household product and food manufacturer Unilever has announced it will no longer use shark squalene in its cosmetics, instead using a plant-based squalene.

Jan
23
2008

New Study Suggests Melanomas Have Different Appearance

Researchers at the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York have found melanoma skin moles have a different appearance that other irregular moles.

Jan
21
2008

Gene Supression May Aid in Scar-free Skin Healing

Skin may be able to heal more quickly and with less scarring by supressing a particular gene, according to University of Bristol researchers.

Jan
18
2008

Psoriasis Drug Effective for Both Adults and Children

A drug developed to treat psoriasis in adults has been found by researchers at Northwestern University to be effective in children, as well.

Jan
17
2008

Researchers Find New Developments in Cancer Stem Cells for Melanoma

New research from Harvard indicates melanoma can arise from cancer stem cells and that targeting these cells can slow down the growth of a tumor.

Jan
16
2008

Cosmetics, Drugs and Labels

By Rick Van Arnam, Esq.

Failing to understand the distinction between the legal definition of cosmetics and drugs, and subsequent improper labeling or promotional claims, can be a costly error.

Jan
16
2008

New Ingredients in Cosmeceuticals Aid in Improving Skin

Recent research shows that the addition of ingredients such as niacin and peptides can help treat various conditions in mature skin.

Jan
15
2008

American Adults Continue to Engage in Skin Cancer-risking Behavior

A new study from researchers at the Fox Chase Cancer Center indicates that, despite warnings, many American adults still take part in activities that increase their susceptibility for skin cancer.