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Nov
03
2008

UVA Damage May Be Prevented by Astaxanthin

Astaxanthin is more efficient than other carotenoids in protecting the skin from UV damage, according to recent in vitro study findings.

Oct
28
2008

Research Shows Photodynamic Therapy May Be Helpful for the Skin

A study done at the University of Michigan has shown promising results for treating sun-damaged skin with laser therapy.

Oct
23
2008

Education on Tanning Risks Help Women Choose Healthier Alternatives

Giving young women educational materials about the risks of indoor tanning helps them find healthier alternatives for changing appearances, a study says.

Oct
22
2008

Low-dose Green Tea Extract May Fight UV Damage

Swiss researchers have conducted a study displaying usefulness of green tea extract in preventing UV damage.

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
24
2008

Antioxidant Cream Protects Skin From Sun Damage

A new study shows an antioxidant cream to help protect skin against the sun, as well as aiding in fighting cancer mutations.

Sep
22
2008

No Such Thing as a Safe Tan, Researchers Say

British and U.S. researchers have announced that their review of published studies leads to the conclusion that there is no such thing as a safe tan.

Sep
18
2008

Researchers Use Nanoparticles in Melanoma Treatment

A new study done at Penn State has shown nanoparticles filled with a drug that targets specific cancer-causing genes can treat melanoma.

Sep
08
2008

Researchers Find ACE Inhibitors May FIght Skin Cancer

New research from a study done at the VA Medical Center in Providence, RI, suggests the use of ACE inhibitors and a similar medication may help prevent the development of some skin cancers.

Sep
05
2008

New Study Shows Signs of Tanning Depedence in College Students

A study recently conducted at the Virginia Commonwealth University showed college-age students displaying behaviors of tanorexia, or tanning depedence, which can increase chances for skin cancer.