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Longer-wave laser effective in KP symptom treatment
Healthcare Professionals Network
According to a recent study published in JAMA Dermatology, a longer wavelength laser is an effective treatment option for keratosis pilaris, a skin condition in which skin proteins form hard plugs within hair follicles, for improving skin roughness and textural irregularities.
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Gene implicated in 'tanning dependence'
The San Diego Union-Tribune
A team led by researchers at the Yale School of Public Health say they have found a gene associated with UV "tanning dependence," which has been characterized as a behavioral disorder.
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Nobel Prize winning microscope technology revolutionizes skin aging research
CosmeticsDesign.com USA
Nivea producer Beiersdorf is cooperating with Nobel Prize winner in chemistry, professor Stefan Hell to develop a new microscope technology set to revolutionize skin-aging research as it can represent cells more precisely.
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Study looks at pollution's adverse effects on skin
Dermatology Times
The effects of air pollution on the skin trumps the benefits that can be gained through lifestyle choices, such as proper diet and regular exercise. In a collaborative project, Olay researchers joined with Dr. Wei Liu, head of the dermatology department at the General Hospital of the Air Force, Beijing, to study the relationship between that city's air quality — among the worst in the world — and the incidence of dermatological skin conditions.
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Will the next innovation in men's acne treatment be a wound care drug?
CosmeticsDesign.com USA
Specialty pharmaceutical company ViaDerm is hoping to patent a transdermal delivery technique and bring TetraStem to the skin care market.
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'Therapeutic reprogramming' may lead to treatment for epidermolysis bullosa, a blistering skin disease
Medical News Today
Induced pluripotent stem cells made from patients with a form of blistering skin disease can be genetically corrected and used to grow back healthy skin cells in laboratory dishes, researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine have found. They've termed the new technique "therapeutic reprogramming."
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Using Botox to fight back against wrinkles and aging
HealthNewsDigest,com
Today, Botox and other forms of wrinkle-combatting fillers are some of the most popular cosmetic procedures on the market, because they are effective, efficient, easy and affordable. In simple terms, the right professional, using the right filler, can turn back the hands of time on your face and produce amazing results, giving you the youthful appearance you've always wanted. Of course, fillers are only as effective as the person administrating them. If you don't have a great dermatologist to guide you through the procedure, then you are less likely to see fantastic results.
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Researchers affirm benefits of fractional CO2 laser scar treatment
Dermatology Times
A recent study appears to support findings that fractional CO2 laser treatment of hypertrophic and burn scars results in improvement of erythema, a common problem following treatment with vascular lasers.
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Scientists are trying to turn back the clock
KODA-FM
A Houston dermatologist says prevention is always the first step if you don't want your skin to reveal your age. British scientists are claiming they can study the genetic code — DNA — and figure out how to reduce fine lines and wrinkles.
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The reasons behind premature aging
Examiner
Premature aging is an epidemic the world population is battling now. Premature aging leads to some of the serious diseases, like skin cancer, Alzheimer disease, Werner syndrome, etc. Premature aging is you appearing older than your actual age. There are two reasons that cause premature aging.
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6 bizarre plastic surgery procedures Americans are asking for
Yahoo Health
Every few years, the plastic surgery cycle repeats itself: A hot new procedure sweeps onto the scene, promising to blast more fat or deliver perkier breasts than previously thought possible. The public continues to be swayed by trendy treatments. So, which crazy cosmetic treatments — some effective, others not — have recently invaded America? Read on to find out.
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 Continuing Education
COA-Approved Webinar

Meeting Expectations Of Your Practice As Well As Your Patients

Presented by Pamela Matheny, MBA/HCM, CMPE, MoPM, CPC

About the webinar:
How does the skincare specialist balance the competing needs of patients, employer and other staff, in today's busy medical practice in challenging economic times? Sometimes, meeting the needs of everyone involved can be frustrating and may affect patient satisfaction. This presentation will provide information about keeping balance in competing needs and protecting your value. 1.0 CE through Feb. 7, 2017.

At the conclusion of this presentation the skin care specialist will be able to:
1) Understand the need to balance competing needs.
2) Develop and encourage engagement of all staff.
3) Define leadership responsibility for role modeling desirable behaviors.
4) Identify how social exchange theory influences provider/patient/employee/leader interactions.

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