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Oct. 25, 2013


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Light emitting diode position update from NCEA
Skin Inc.
Statement prepared for state regulatory boards: Light emitting diodes are devices that licensed estheticians should be allowed to use for beautifying and stimulating the skin. When used in accordance with manufacturer instructions they are safe and do not damage the skin. The range of most LED devices for the intended use of beautifying and stimulating the skin are 410 nanometers–945 nm. LED devices are not lasers.
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Scientists discover new type of deadly Botox, won't release DNA sequence
New York Daily News
Researchers from the California Department of Health found an eighth type of botulinum toxin, called toxin H. The deadly substance causes botulism and paralysis. Its DNA sequence is being withheld until an antidote is discovered.
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Transforming skin: Transgender dermatology
The Huffington Post
For the transgender individual whose misrepresentative outer appearance is at the root of their personal conflict, it may be clear how the skin is a critical component of establishing self-harmony. However, the role of the dermatologist in their care is yet to be determined in the academic literature and subsequently in routine practice, but it seems to always have been evident that dermatologists have a unique perspective on addressing their needs in both a medical and aesthetic manner.
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FDA approves Juvéderm Voluma XC for age-related loss in cheeks
Healio
The FDA has approved Juvéderm Voluma XC as a filler to temporarily correct age-related loss in the cheeks of patients aged 21 years and older, Allergan has announced. The FDA's approval was based on data from a clinical trial conducted by Allergan in the United States and Canada that measured the safety and efficacy of the product as a nonsurgical option for patients seeking to correct age-related volume loss in the cheek, according to a press release.
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Vaccine fails to improve outcomes of stage 2 melanoma
Dermatology Times
An attempt to positively affect stage 2 melanomas with a certain vaccine didn't prove beneficial in a recent study by the European Organization for Research and Treatment of Cancer. In the study, 657 patients with stage 2 melanomas thicker than 1.5 mm were vaccinated with GM2-KLH-QS21, and an observation group had another 657 patients with stage 2 melanomas who did not receive vaccinations, according to a news release.
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How to improve prescription adherence
Dermatology Times
Lack of patient adherence to prescribed therapies remains a central issue in dermatology and, according to one expert, a multifaceted strategy can improve compliance, leading to improved treatment outcomes. "Mastering the 'perfect' consultation is key in helping patients stick to prescribed treatment regimens. Above and beyond the requisite doctor-patient relationship, it is crucial that the goals of therapy are identified early in the consultation," says Dr. Ravi Ratnavel, a consultant dermatologist at the Buckinghamshire Hospitals NHS Trust, United Kingdom.
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Body's circadian rhythms affect skin stem cell regulation
Dermatology Times
New research suggests that the body's internal clock and its circadian rhythms adjust the modulation of skin stem cells based on the time of day — and that disruption to this cycle can cause tissue aging and lead to predisposition to skin cancer.
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Eczema breakthrough: Is blocking nerve cells the key?
Plastic Surgery Practice
Blocking nerve cells may help halt symptoms of eczema, according to research out of the University of California, Berkeley. About 10 percent of the population has eczema at some point in their lives, and the cause is largely unknown. Most research today focuses on the immune system's role in reacting to chemicals that cause itching and inflammation and other downstream consequences. But UC Berkeley neuroscientist Dr. Diana M. Bautista and graduate students discovered that sensory nerves in the skin are the first to react to these chemicals and that blocking these nerve cells may stop eczema in its tracks
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Sunscreen shown to protect body's own 'superhero' gene
Poway News
Sunscreen is undoubtedly powerful. It has been clinically shown to protect the skin against all three types of skin cancer — basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma and malignant melanoma — in addition to shielding our skin against the process of aging. It's an incredible ally when it comes to protecting, rejuvenating and even nourishing our skin. And the latest study says that sunscreen does even more, including protecting our body's very own "superhero" gene.
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Cosmetic device experts take anti-aging to the 'next level'
CosmeticsDesign.com USA
A developer of at-home anti-aging devices and a clinical skin care manufacturer have partnered to create a new tool complete with formulation that takes anti-aging to the "next level." Bio-Medical Research and StriVectin have put their heads together to develop a "Facial Toning Duo" that they say is more effective than the average anti-aging/tightening cream.
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New hair loss treatment uses baby foreskins
The Huffington Post
A new experiment to regrow hair by cloning follicles and using discarded infant foreskins to graft them has shown some early success in lab mice, researchers said. The process generated new human hair in five of the seven animals on which it was tested, according to the study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
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Laser surgery lawsuits involving nonphysician operators have increased
Healio
Lawsuits related to cutaneous laser surgery performed by nonphysician operators have increased during recent years, with many of the cases involving procedures outside of the traditional medical setting, according to recent study results.
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The true origin of Halloween
By John Mosley
Some holidays fall on the same date each year because they commemorate a specific event. Others drift by up to several weeks from year to year. The most familiar example is Easter, which is set as the first Sunday after the first full moon after the spring equinox. In ancient times, people didn't have nicely printed calendars to refer to, and they used the sky — especially the motions of the sun and moon — to set important dates. Perhaps surprisingly, Halloween is also a date that is determined astronomically.
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Botox injections not just for cosmetic enhancements
Health Canal
In October 2011, Carolea Fox, 70, a retired nurse, got her first injection of Botox at St. Michael's Hospital and it changed her life.

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Smoking linked to prevalence and severity of acne
TeleManagement
German researchers from Technical University of Munich, Germany, report the results of a study, which found that smoking is a clinically important contributory factor to acne prevalence and severity.

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Age plays important role in determining cosmetic procedures plan
Skin Inc.
What cosmetic procedure will help you naturally look younger? That depends a lot on how old you are now, says Ft. Worth, Texas, plastic surgeon Dr. Emily J. Kirby.

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