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Aug
15
2008

Running Shown to Slow Effects of Aging

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A recent study by researchers at Stanford showed regular runners to be healthier as they age, possibly slowing the effects of aging.

Aug
14
2008

Lipid-signaling Molecule May Have Anti-aging Effects

Korean scientists have found the lipid-signaling molecure K6PC-5 many encourage an anti-aging effect in the skin.

Aug
11
2008

AAD Looks Into New Minimally Invasive Rejuvenating Treatments

Information on new minimally invasive skin rejuvenation treatments was recently presented at the American Academy of Dermatology's (AAD) Summer Meeting, discussing successful procedures and possible treatment combinations.

Aug
06
2008

Skin Care Thinks Small to Deliver Big

By: Leslie Benson

High-tech delivery systems and active ingredients that slow signs of aging have prompted advanced marketing claims. Yet the future of skin care depends on further advancements in delivery methods, such as medical microneedles.

Aug
06
2008

Research Shows Melanoma Influence Factors, Treatment Possibilities

New research into genes and indoor tanning reveals possible influential factors for melanoma, as well as possible treatment methods.

Aug
05
2008

Physiology of the Skin: Cellulite Questions

By: Peter T. Pugliese, MD

Further develop your knowledge of cellulite and its treatment by learning more about the condition's continuing questions.

Aug
01
2008

Black Henna Tattoos Can Pose Serious Skin Risks

A report from the American Academy of Dermatology shows a chemical in black henna tattoos can cause serious skin care issues.

Jul
31
2008

AAD Investigates Common Nail Disorders

manicured hands

The American Academy of Dermatology has presented information about common nail disorders and how to treat them at its 2008 Summer Academy Meeting.

Jul
29
2008

Mussels May Be Hottest New Skin Care Ingredient

Romanian researchers have discovered that mussels and clams from the Mediterranean Sea have healing properties for skin that is burned or inflammed.

Jul
28
2008

Research Shows New Way to Detect Melanoma

Universiy of Rochester Medical Center researchers have found a protein present in melanoma that isn't present in harmless moles, leading to a new way to indicate the dangerous skin cancer.