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Carboxytherapy: The bizarre beauty trend with 'brilliant' results
Headline & Global News
Experts say carboxytherapy is one of the fastest growing types of cosmetic injections in the U.S. The revolutionary procedure originated in France and arrived in the U.S. in the early '00s. A decade later, many doctors say carboxytherapy has blossomed into a highly coveted fat-busting, cellulite-reducing cure-all treatment.
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Woman's selfie goes viral for showing skin cancer treatment
WTNH-TV
One woman is receiving a lot of praise for her "selfie" after she took to social media to show the world the dangers of tanning. Twenty-seven-year-old Tawny Willoughby is gaining national attention after she posted a photo of her face while she was under treatment for skin cancer. Willoughby wrote, "If anyone needs a little motivation to not lay in the tanning bed and sun here ya go! This is what skin cancer treatment can look like." In the photo, the mother to a toddler, has painful-looking red scabs all over her face from treatment called Aldara, the generic name is imiquimod.
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Personalized melanoma vaccines debut in humans
Dermatolgoy Times
Identifying specific neo-antigens in melanoma, a cancer known for having high numbers of genetic mutations caused by exposure to ultraviolet light, is no easy task. A melanoma biopsy typically carries 500 or more mutated genes. Researchers recently published results on the first human study looking at personalized vaccines designed to activate T-cells aimed at individual cancer patient's mutations.
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Skin bacteria contribute to unconventional immune suppression in skin
Medical News Today
Our two square meters of skin act as a defensive barrier against environmental pathogens but is also covered by beneficial commensal bacteria. We live alongside these bacteria without excessive and unnecessary immune responses, which could destroy the skin's function as a barrier and so make us more vulnerable to infections. However, we must also be able to establish a robust immune response to invading pathogens.
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Microneedling treatment for acne scars and wrinkles
Inquisitr
According to Google's Keyword Planner, more than 10,000 searches per month come into their search engine for the term microneedling. Indeed, some of those searches are for folks wondering what "microneedling" entails or for those seeking microneedling reviews to determine if it is an effective treatment for acne scars.
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Do farmyard chickens, alligators hold key to new sunscreen development?
Plastic Surgery Practice
Animals don't get sunburns, and now researchers may have figured out why — they make their own sunscreen.
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Acne history linked with increased melanoma risk
HealthDay News via The Clinical Advisor
Having a history of teenage acne is associated with an increased risk of melanoma, independent of known risk factors, according to a study published in Cancer.
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Study: Only 34 percent of women regularly apply sunscreen
Allure
Summer is upon us again, so there's no better time for us to remind you to put on your sunscreen. Especially since the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention just released a new study revealing that a lot of women aren't wearing sunscreen as often as they should be.
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New device performs skin biopsies in minutes without anesthetic
Medical News Today
Researchers have patented a new skin biopsy tool that uses fewer instruments and promises to shorten the time it takes to diagnose diseases such as skin cancer. With the new "automated skin biopsy device," the examining doctor can take a quick skin biopsy with a simple "click" without the need for anesthesia or specialized cutting and sewing. The whole procedure takes under five minutes.
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New clothes possess toxic chemicals that may lead to severe allergic reactions
Medical Daily
When we want new clothes, most of us either go to the department store or online, purchase and then wear once in our possession. However, most of us skip a crucial step in between buying and wearing — washing our new clothes. Despite being brand new, these clothes contain toxic chemicals, such as synthetic dyes and formaldehyde resin, which can lead to allergic reactions and illnesses, if not washed at least twice before use.
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