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Collagen-stimulating fillers provide rejuvenating advantages, naturally
Dermatology Times via Modern Medicine    Share    Share on FacebookTwitterShare on LinkedinE-mail article
Patients' desire for more natural treatments extends to specific choices in fillers, according to Dr. Philip Werschler. Among newer dermal fillers, "It appears that the trend is to move towards collagen stimulators, to replace naturally the volume that Mother Nature and Father Time have taken away," says Werschler, assistant clinical professor of medicine/dermatology, University of Washington School of Medicine. More




New procedure makes hyperhidrosis no sweat
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Ultrasound treatment can reduce excessive sweating in the underarms by nearly 80 percent, according to a new study. Researchers used a "microfocused" ultrasound to target the sweat glands in 14 men and women, ages 18 to 75, says Dr. Mark Nestor, a dermatologist and voluntary associate professor of dermatology at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine. More

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American Academy of Dermatology: Adult acne becoming more common for women
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As Bellasugar reports, the American Academy of Dermatology recently wrapped up its 70th Annual Meeting in San Diego by releasing an interesting new study: "late-onset or adult-onset acne increasingly is becoming common in women in their 20s, 30s, 40s and even 50s." More

Black hair care basics: American Academy of Dermatology weighs in
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It looks like a long fight to the finish in the battle over black hair. But while the natural versus relaxed debate rages on, experts are turning attention to how black women care for their hair, and practices that they say can lead to serious hair and scalp diseases for some people. More

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At-home laser, light devices won't replace dermatologic expertise
Dermatology Times via Modern Medicine    Share    Share on FacebookTwitterShare on LinkedinE-mail article
The public seems to have a growing fascination with at-home hand-held laser and light devices, as dermatologists try to figure out how and if these products fit into practice, says Dr. Joel Schlessinger. Schlessinger, a dermatologist in Omaha, Neb., and director of the Cosmetic Surgery Forum conference, spoke on the topic of hand-held devices at the 2011 Forum in Las Vegas. While available at-home options for hair removal and skin rejuvenation encroach in dermatologists' fee-for-service offerings, he says, the devices are not strong enough to replace what dermatologists do. More

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Coffee, caffeine not linked to psoriasis in US women
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Coffee and caffeine are not associated with psoriasis incidence after adjustment for smoking, according to a research letter published in the March issue of the Archives of Dermatology. More

New vaccine approach fights deadly melanoma
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Researchers from the Mayo Clinic successfully has cured mice with melanoma in just a few months using a vaccine that includes a combination of DNA from human melanoma cells and a relative of the rabies virus. More

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An effective cure for baldness may soon be on the market
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Male-pattern baldness may be triggered by a protein in the scalp that stops hairs from growing, according to a new study, raising the possibility that drugs that currently are being tested to block the protein also might prevent the most common cause of hair loss in men. More

Drug could be alternative to skin cancer surgeries
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A drug developed in the Bay Area could spare thousands of patients from the painful ravages of skin cancer. And for many of them, it may be the first alternative to a lifetime of surgeries. Basal cell carcinoma is the most common form of skin cancer and strikes an estimated 2 million Americans a year. In most cases the lesions are small and easily removed. But in more extreme cases, removing the larger lesions can be badly disfiguring. More

Young women tan, despite health risks
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Most young women know that indoor tanning raises the risk of skin cancer, but two-thirds of sorority members at a Midwestern university used tanning beds in the past year, and 6 percent used them every week, a new survey shows. More

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