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Oct
17
2008

Cell Phones May Be Cause of Skin Rash

Unexplained rashes on the cheek or ear could be the result of using a cell phone, according to British dermatologists.

Oct
13
2008

New Study Shows Vitamin D Helps Prevent Skin Infections

Oral supplements of vitamin D may boost production of protective compounds in the skin, and may ultimate help prevent skin infections, according to a new study.

Oct
10
2008

Lower Breast Cancer Risk by Eating Healthy

Take these tips on healthy eating to help lower your risk for breast cancer.

Oct
09
2008

Flaxseed and Borage Oil Supplements Shown to Aid Skin Health

European research has shown that taking flaxseed and borage oil supplements can help improve skin health, lessening redness and decreasing roughness.

Oct
06
2008

New Research Unveiled on Molecular Targets and Skin Health

A recent study was conducted to show how molecular happenings can affect the skin and its health, leading to potential treatments for psoriasis and other skin conditions.

Oct
02
2008

New Test Can Detect Skin Infections in Less Than an Hour

The FDA has approved a new test that has been developed by a California company that can detect skin infections in less than an hour.

Oct
01
2008

Study Shows Gene Variation That May Indicate Melanoma

Portuguese researchers have found people with a certain gene variation are more likely to develop melanoma.

Sep
30
2008

Acupuncture Found to Be Helpful During Menopause

Menopausal symptoms such as hot flashes have been found to effectively treated by acupuncture according to researchers in Detroit.

Sep
29
2008

Lifestyle Changes May Help Control Cell Aging

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A study done at the University of California has shown lifestyles changes in diet, exercise and stress management help control cell aging.

Sep
26
2008

Study Shows Estrogen Does Not Stimulate Collagen on Sun-damaged Skin

Research done at the University of Michigan Health System has shown skin that has been sun-damaged does not increase collagen production with estrogen treatments.