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Aug. 2, 2013


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The cosmeceuticals boom: Where do dermatologists stand?
Practical Dermatology
Over the last two decades, the cosmeceutical market has grown by leaps and bounds. Not only is the number of cosmeceutical manufacturers and products on the rise, but the amount of money spent on skin care has also trended upward significantly. As the science and industry of cosmeceuticals continues to grow, dermatologists now find themselves enjoying more opportunities than ever before to expand their repertoires and bolster their practice income.
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Study sheds new light on eczema-food allergy link
Plastic Surgery Practice
Eczema may increase risk for food allergies in infants, but the mechanism seems to be different from what previous research had suggested.
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ASDS survey: 3 in 10 want cosmetic surgery … by a dermatologist
Plastic Surgery Practice
Nearly 30 percent of people are considering a cosmetic procedure, and by and large, their go-to specialist is a dermatologist, according to a new survey released by the American Society for Dermatologic Surgery.
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Is angry face syndrome sabotaging your looks?
AARP
The fake PSA video "Bitchy Resting Face" has created a viral storm on YouTube. It lampoons the 11s — the twin vertical furrows between the brows — that give your face a constant hostile, worried look. The 11s get deeply etched with age, but Botox inhibits them — and with FDA approval.
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Experts say tattoos can hide malignant melanomas
HealthDay News via WebMD
Millions of Americans head to the tattoo parlor to get "inked" each year, but a new study suggests that getting a tattoo over a mole or birthmark may not be healthy. That's because having a tattoo over a mole especially can make it difficult to detect the development of skin cancer, the researchers said.
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Nerve regeneration of skin pathological scars promoted by mechanical tension
Medical News Today
Scars are prone to appear at high tension parts, such as the sternum, shoulder and back, which are serious clinical problems.
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Frequent debridement leads to better wound healing
Dermatology Times
More frequent debridement leads to better wound healing outcomes, according to recent study results. Researchers analyzed 154,644 patients with 312,744 wounds. "Although limited by retrospective data, this study's strength was the analysis of the largest wound data set to date," study authors concluded.
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Fillers: Fact vs. fiction
NewBeauty
Injectables and fillers are one of the most requested anti-aging treatments today due to the quick results and minimal downtime that they offer. Even with all the educational resources available, there still is a handful of misleading information regarding what fillers and injectables can and cannot do.
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Get more Twitter followers
By Amber Bynum
A while back, your business, or maybe even you, made a Twitter account. You tweeted twice and never logged back on. Well, it's time to log back on, and this time use Twitter more effectively. These steps will not guarantee your account to go viral overnight, but instead will gain you quality followers who will engage with your tweets. Studies on Twitter are finding contradicting results. There are a few things, however, that most Twitters users and researchers agree on.
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Experts: Herbal meds, cosmetic surgery a bad mix
HealthDay News via U.S. World News & Report
About half of patients take herbal and other supplements before undergoing cosmetic facial plastic surgery, according to a new study. Many of these supplements can put patients at risk during surgery and they should stop taking them at least two weeks before their procedure, Dr. Bahman Guyuron and colleagues at Case Western Reserve University advised.
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Skin glue plus analgesic blocks pain in tissue repair
Dermatology Times
A topical analgesic of lidocaine-epinephrine-tetracaine decreased pain in up to 50 percent of pediatric patients undergoing wound repair with tissue adhesive, results of a new study indicate.
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Gmail segregates 'promotions': Why this won't slow down the email-marketing machine
TIME
Gmail's new tabs system separates marketing messages into a "Promotions" box, making it easier than ever to ignore email ads. Yet one theory holds that Gmail's new design could actually make email marketing more effective.
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New links between diet and acne
Medical News Today
A review carried out by the University of Hull has shed new light on the relationship between acne and diet.

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Study profiles inpatient peds dermatology consultations
HealthDay News via Medical Xpress
Pediatric dermatologists are consulted for patients ranging in age from newborn to 17 years, with the most common diagnostic categories being infectious diseases, graft-versus-host-disease, and dermatitis, according to a retrospective study published in the June issue of the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology.

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Controlling the formation of wrinkles, creases, folds
Medical News Today
New research into the origins of — and structural differences between — wrinkles, creases and folds could have applications in many fields, from flexible electronic devices to dermatology to flexible sheets that become sticky when stretched.

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