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Healing your skin with your mind
U.S. News & World Report
It may come as no surprise that a connection between skin and mind exists. Some folks break out into hives when stressed, while others flush red if embarrassed. But in recent years, studies have shown that a person's mental and emotional state can have a profound effect on the body's largest organ. Stress, depression, anxiety and other psychological conditions can contribute to a host of skin diseases including acne, rosacea, eczema, psoriasis, alopecia and vitiligo.
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Tattoos last, but for 1 out of 10, so does the pain
CNN
An estimated 25 percent of people in the United States have a permanent tattoo, making it one of the most popular forms of body art. But those colorful etchings of birds and symbols can sometimes cause ugly and painful skin problems. A new study suggests that 10 percent of people who get inked experience infections, itching and other adverse reactions, sometimes lasting more than four months.
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Can Botox make your skin stretchier?
TODAY
A new study suggests something else may be going on. The researchers in Canada show that the injections make the skin more elastic, and that the effect lasts for about as long as the compound stays in the body.
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6 reasons to re-think everything you know about injections
Allure
Think Botox is still a one-way ticket to a frozen forehead or that Dysport is a second-rate product? Prepare to be schooled.
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Stem cell therapy for inherited skin blistering
King's College London via Medical Xpress
Promising results from a trial of a new stem-cell based therapy for a rare and debilitating skin condition have been published in the Journal of Investigative Dermatology. The therapy, involving infusions of stem cells, was found to provide pain relief and to reduce the severity of this skin condition for which no cure currently exists.
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Can working out double as a face-lift?
Women's Health
"Working out has countless benefits for your body," says every fitness article you've ever read — ever. But something you might not know is that lifting weights or going for a run can also help prevent and undo skin damage that causes aging.
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Are self-tanners safe?
TIME
These products are safer than sun exposure — but only if you avoid the sprays.
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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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Need a dermatologist? There's an app for that
The Philadelphia Inquirer
Interested in clearing up your teen's acne without a visit to the dermatologist's office? There are mobile apps — and websites — for that. Teledermatology is a hot trend, especially for conditions, like acne, in which appointment scheduling presents more of a challenge than diagnosis.
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18 things you should know before getting lip injections
Cosmopolitan
Thinking about getting a fuller set of lips than the ones your momma gave you? David Colbert, founder and head physician of New York Dermatology Group, and Francesca Fusco, a New York-based medical and cosmetic dermatologist, share their insider tips on what you should know before getting lip fillers.
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