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3-D imaging measures wrinkle-busting effects of Botox, other neurotoxins
Plastic Surgery Practice
3-D speckle tracking photogrammetry may help measure the efficacy of injectable wrinkle reducers such as Botox and Dysport, according to new research from the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania.
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How herpes is being used to fight cancer
TIME
Patients whose cells were treated with this STD were eight times more likely to survive than a control group. A genetically modified strain of herpes can kill cancer cells and stop tumors from growing, according to new research. The strain, called T-Vec, was used to treat patients with melanoma as part of one of the final phases of testing of a new drug.
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FDA: Cosmetic face fillers can go wrong
NBC News
Cosmetic facial fillers, which can plump thin lips or erase wrinkles, can go badly and tragically wrong, the Food and Drug Administration warned. If the materials used to fill the skin get into a blood vessel, they can cause a stroke, blindness or kill off big patches of skin, the FDA says in a new warning.
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This may revolutionize skin-cancer treatment
Allure
Skin-cancer rates are climbing. Fact: The deadliest form of skin cancer, melanoma, is also the most common form of cancer in people 25- to 29-years old. Did that get your attention? This should, too: There's a medical breakthrough for melanoma, and it's a big deal.
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Body art remorse
HealthNewsDigest.com
It may have seemed like a good idea at the time ... that double piercing on your left ear, the nose ring your parents warned you about or the colorful dragon stretched out across your bicep. You may have a case of body art remorse — an all too common phenomenon that is definitely on the rise. According to a 2014 survey conducted by Syneron-Candela, around 19 percent of respondents with at least one tattoo had considered tattoo removal.
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Save your skin — and maybe your life
Beauty in the Bag
One in 5 Americans will develop skin cancer in the course of a lifetime, and rates of melanoma — the most deadly form of skin cancer — have been rising steadily for the past three decades.
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Study: Botox improves pliability and elasticity of skin
CosmeticsDesign.com USA
A new study by scientists in Canada claims that Botox injections can help improve both the elasticity and pliability of skin for up to four months after the treatment is administered.
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Tattoos may cause years of infection, itching and swelling
Medical News Today
Researchers at NYU Langone Medical Center in New York find that as many as 6 percent of New Yorkers who get a tattoo have experienced tattoo-related rash, severe itching or swelling that has lasted more than four months and for some, many years.
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 Member Benefit

15% Discount for Online Courses

As an SDSS member, the American Health Care Academy is offering a 15% discount for Adult, Child & Infant CPR/AED, and First Aid online courses.

To receive this discount, click here and enter "SDSS15" at checkout under "Coupon Code," then click "Apply."


Please note: To meet the CPR/AED/First Aid requirements on the NCEA Certified Candidate's Application and Recertification Candidate's Application, candidates are required to attend an in-person class once every five years. Be sure to check and see if your State Regulatory Board requirements accept online CPR/AED/First Aid courses prior to taking advantage of this offer.

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 Continuing Education


NCEA-sponsored Prep Class — Aug. 24

Face & Body
Northern California Spa Conference & Expo
San Jose, California


NCEA Certified Pres Class
Monday, Aug. 24
10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Room TBD



REGISTER NOW
• Members: $125
• Nonmembers: $149

Includes: Complimentary NCEA Certified Records Verification ($175 value)

*Membership status must be current on day of event.

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Save the Date: NETT Teacher Training

Mark your calendar to attend the National Esthetic Teacher Training Conference:


  • Long Beach Convention Center - Sept. 19
  • Philadelphia Convention Center - Oct. 24


  • To receive registration information, text "NCEA" to 22828.

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