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May. 24, 2013


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Note: Prep Class Fee of $125 has been extended up until the conference date.

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Study: Cutaneous squamous cell carcinoma carries risk of metastasis, death
Medical News Today
A study by Dr. Chrysalyne D. Schmults of Brigham and Women's Hospital, Boston, and colleagues suggests cutaneous squamous cell carcinoma carries a low but significant risk of metastasis and death. Main measures of the study were subhazard ratios for local recurrence, nodal metastasis, disease-specific death and all-cause death adjusted for presence of known prognostic risk factors.
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Natural demand boosts skin care market
CosmeticsDesign.com USA
As consumers become more concerned about personal care and the ingredients that are found in cosmetics amidst media scare stories, the natural and organic cosmetics market has seen solid growth, boosting the skin care category.
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Platelet-rich plasma solution could regrow hair
Dermatology Times
A platelet-rich plasma solution may be an effective treatment option for alopecia areata, according to study findings. The researchers noted a significant increase in cell proliferation markers and hair regrowth, as well as decreased hair dystrophy and burning and itching in patients treated with PRP compared with TrA or placebo, according to the abstract.
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Plastic surgery on the rise as people seek perfect profile pic
WDAF-TV
How far would you go to have the perfect profile pic? According to a poll from the American Academy of Facial Plastics and Reconstructive Surgery, surgeons say they're seeing a 31 percent increase in plastic surgery requests as a result of how people want to present themselves on social media.
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Botox at 20: Young people fight aging early
ABC News
It's been used by so many as a miracle remedy for premature aging and wrinkles but now you're starting to see 20-year-olds use it, too, raising questions about safety and effectiveness of Botox. Some medical professionals caution 20-somethings to skip the Botox while young.
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Research letter: Twitter may serve as good forum for communicating information about acne
Medical News Today
A research letter by Dr. Kamal Jethwani of the Center for Connected Health, Boston, and colleagues suggests that clinicians can learn about the perceptions and misconceptions of diseases like acne via Twitter and communicate reliable medical information on the popular social media platform. Using a form of real-time data capture through the use of the Twitter Streaming Application Programming Interface, researchers collected all tweets that contained one or more of five keywords: pimple, pimples, zit, zits and acne for a two-week period in June 2012.
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Childhood acne takes parents by surprise; dermatologists treat children as young as 6
The Herald Sun
Parents are being taken by surprise as an increasing number of children start suffering acne problems several years before they become teenagers. Dermatologists are concerned, as early acne tends to become more severe with age and many treatments are unsafe for children, who are also at risk of teasing and bullying.
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'Wow factor' helping to boost uptake of beauty devices for skin care
CosmeticsDesign.com USA
The continued rise of skin care beauty devices worldwide is being driven by the fact that consumers are feel they are getting additional efficacy to boost and work in union with topical products.
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Psoriasis disease severity: Men receiving more biologics than women
Healio
Men had more severe psoriasis symptoms than women, and a greater percentage of men received biologic treatment for the disease, according to recent study results.
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Your bridal beauty countdown starts now
HealthNewsDigest.com
Your big day is just weeks away, and with all the things on your mind from venue and guest list to flowers and your final dress fitting, don't wait to the last minute to enhance what nature gave you. Weddings are the No. 1 special occasion that women cite as a deciding factor in undergoing an aesthetic treatment, according to a recent study by the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. This can include a series of peels or microdermabrasion, cellulite therapy or liposuction, breast augmentation or laser teeth whitening and fillers or Botox.
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Research: People with skin cancer may be less likely to develop Alzheimer's disease
Albert Einstein College of Medicine via The Medical News
People who have skin cancer may be less likely to develop Alzheimer's disease, according to new research published in Neurology, the medical journal of the American Academy of Neurology. The link does not apply to melanoma, a less common but more aggressive type of skin cancer.
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Correct your crow's-feet
New Beauty
Tiny lines around the corner of the eyes, known as crow's-feet, can crop up as early as during your 20s. While these little lines can be troublesome, the good news is they are preventable and correctable.

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Childhood acne takes parents by surprise; dermatologists treat children as young as 6
The Herald Sun
Parents are being taken by surprise as an increasing number of children start suffering acne problems several years before they become teenagers.

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Researchers pinpoint genetic cause: Sturge-Weber syndrome, port-wine stain birthmarks
Medical News Today
In new findings published in the New England Journal of Medicine, researchers from the Kennedy Krieger Institute reveal the discovery of the cause — a genetic mutation that occurs before birth — of Sturge-Weber syndrome and port-wine stain birthmarks..

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Half of cosmetic surgeons used social media in practice
Healio
Fifty percent of cosmetic surgeons reported using social media in their professional practice, according to recent study results. "Social media platforms represent a dynamic and powerful tool to educate, engage, market to and directly communicate with patients and professional colleagues," researcher Dr. Reza Jarrahy, associate clinical professor of plastic and reconstructive surgery at Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center, said in a press release. "However, for plastic surgeons, the potential benefits associated with using this tool must be balanced against its potential pitfalls."
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Social media leads to spikes in plastic surgery requests
TIME
Social media is all about seeing and being seen, so it's not surprising that the ubiquity and frequency of posts are fueling our vanity. All the constant attention to social media can make us feel connected, but at the same time might fuel some not-so-pretty emotions as well. A study from researchers in Berlin reported that scanning friends' Facebook pages and photos can trigger feelings of envy and even loneliness.
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 Continuing Education

FREE COA-Approved Webinar

Combining Lasers and Esthetic Services

Presented by Patricia Scherven, LE, BA, NCEA Certified

About the webinar:
The role of the skin care specialists in pre- and post-laser care is often essential to the success of the treatment itself. Understanding the patient concerns and educating them on how to best care for their skin and condition is paramount. Skin treatments intra-laser can be helpful for a number of dermatologic treatments and requires evaluation and planning with the physician's treatment.

At the conclusion of this presentation the skin care specialist will be able to:
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