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Studies in animals suggest that caffeine administration helps prevent squamous cell skin cancer development.
By: Cynthia Bailey, MD
Give rosacea clients the right advice and you will have a loyal customer and big fan who will help lead you to success.
By: Michelle Goldsmith
By incorporating the Global Heritage Model into your facility, you will be better able to create treatment plans as individual and unique as each client you treat.
By: Elaine Linker
Increased life expectancy has changed the concept of aging and, in turn, has propelled anti-aging research, leading to a multitude of topical applications.
A new study suggests that people with certain kinds of skin cancer have lower odds of developing Alzheimer's disease.
According to Laser and Cosmetic Dermatology specialist, Whitney Bowe, MD, antioxidants help block acne-causing free radicals.
Patients with acne now have a unique new opportunity to drive the questions which underpin acne medical research topics.
By: Jennifer Linder, MD
Once clients have successfully completed their cancer treatments, helping them to reclaim healthy skin can be a great emotional support.
By: Cathy Christensen
The all-new Advanced Education Conference Program format allows you to learn more in-depth information than ever before about the topics you most want to know about.
Researchers have found a virus competent at finding, infecting and killing human melanoma cells, both in vitro and in animal models, while having little tendency to infect non-cancerous cells.