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The nonsurgical face-lift: Does it exist?
Cosmetic Surgery Times
A panel of plastic surgeons debated the validity of the "nonsurgical" face-lift at Aesthetic Meeting 2015, the annual conference of the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, held May 14 to 19 in Montreal. According to an ASAPS news release, the panel convened to answer one question: Is there such a thing as a nonsurgical face-lift?
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FDA approves a major new anti-aging treatment
Allure
There's an old adage that if you want to know a woman's real age, look at her hands. That may be less reliable now that the FDA announced its approval of the first injectible filler for hands.
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Allergy shots can help cure itchy skin
WESH-TV
The warm summer months carry a host of inconvenient skin problems, from acne to sunburns to oily or dry skin, and itchy mosquito bites, all of which make the idea of baring skin so much less appealing. Don't worry — you don't have to wear a muumuu all summer. You have other options. Read on for tips on how to avoid and treat summer skin problems.
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Xeomin vs. Botox study: It's a draw
Plastic Surgery Practice
In a head-to-head trial of Xeomin versus Botox cosmetic, both toxins performed equally well at eradicating glabellar lines. The blinded, noninferiority trial included 250 patients, and the results are slated to be presented at the 23rd World Congress of Dermatology in Vancouver.
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Simple smartphone device to catch skin cancer early
The New Indian Express
As we know, any cancer can be tackled better if detected early. With skin cancer, the chance of survival can be 98 percent if detected early. Now, here is a device, quite inexpensive, that can attach to your smartphone and help detect skin cancer when it is in very initial stages. Named MoleScope, the melanoma-detecting device is actually a tiny microscope, which attaches to the camera on your phone, Digitaltrends.com reported.
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Study hints at treatment for itch-related ills like eczema
HealthDay News via Doctors Lounge
An itch that just won't go away: Many people will suffer from eczema or some other ailment involving chronic itch during their lifetime, and a new study in mice hints at why this happens.
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Here's why some people don't seem to age, ever
Haprer's Bazaar
You know that frustratingly gorgeous friend of yours? The one who puts on some Chapstick and walks out the door, no problem, and still gets carded at way past 21? Scientists have finally figured out what her deal is. And no, it's not (just) plastic surgery.
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Heat maps show efficacy of toxin via 3-D imaging technique
Medical Daily
The desire to remain forever young leads people to splurge on the latest serums, creams, lotions and cosmetic procedures that hold the hope of eliminating the visible signs of aging. These products claim to outsmart aging by targeting wrinkles, age spots and uneven skin tone, but do they really work? In a recent study published in the journal Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, heat maps revealed Botox has both significant cosmetic and psychological effects on patients.
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