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Feb
11
2010

Summer Skin Care Tips

It will be here before you know it, so here are some skin prep tips to share with clients to get them summer-ready.

Feb
09
2010

MFNE Offers No-tanning Pledge Contest for Students

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The organization's contest encourages young people to avoid tanning beds for healthier skin.

Jan
18
2010

Skin Cancer Foundation Urges Winter Sun Care

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The Skin Cancer Foundation is urging people to continue protecting their skin from harsh UV rays even in the colder temperatures of winter.

Jan
12
2010

NYU Notes 25th Anniversary of ABCDE Melanoma Diagnosis Tool

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2010 marks the 25th year anniversary of the development of the ABCDEs acronym developed by dermatologists at NYU Langone Medical Center that provide criteria for diagnosing melanoma.

Jan
04
2010

Researchers Turn to Kangaroos for Skin Cancer Developments

Scientists in Australia and Austria are studying kangaroo DNA as a way to prevent skin cancer, as the marsupials have a DNA repair enzyme that appears to fight damage caused by the disease.

Dec
30
2009

Sun Protection Group Highlights 2009's Top Skin-saving Developments

SunAWARE, a sun protection advocacy group, has announced its top 10 sun care advancements for 2009.

Oct
16
2009

Red and Blue Clothing Showed to Offer More Sun Protection

Spanish researchers have shown wearing red or blue clothing helps protect skin from the sun better than yellow.

Sep
03
2009

Skin Aging Linked to Sun Lamps, Tanning Beds

An article in the September 2009 issue of Harvard Women's Health Watch notes the dangers of ultraviolet exposure.

Aug
12
2009

New Treatments Possible for Melanoma

An international team of researchers has identified a new method for selectively killing metastatic melanoma cells, which may lead to new areas for drug development in melanoma—a cancer that is highly resistant to current treatment strategies.

Jul
29
2009

New Study Deems Tanning Beds as 'Potential Carcinogens'

The International Agency for Research on Cancer, the cancer-studying branch of the World Health Organization, has named tanning beds as 'potential carcinogens,' possibly leading people to seek alternatives.