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Dec. 27, 2013


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As 2013 comes to a close, SDSS would like to wish its members, partners and other industry professionals a safe and happy holiday season. As we reflect on the past year for the industry, we would like to provide the readers of Warfield Weekly Update a look at the most accessed articles from the year. Our regular publication will resume next Friday, Jan. 3.

New signs of aging discovered by science
The Inquisitr
March 17, 2103: A new sign of aging was recently reported by Richard Russell of Gettysburg College in Pennsylvania and two colleagues from Chanel Research and Technology. According to the study published in journal PLOS ONE, your facial features lose some of their color contrast with age — and people can tell.
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Young buns: Dermal fillers may actually slow aging of tissue
NBC News
Dec. 24, 2012: The elderly may have more than just years of wisdom to share with us; their elderly bottoms may just help crack the code of aging skin. In a small study on octogenarians recently published in the Journal of Investigative Dermatology, researchers found that dermal fillers do more than plump up the skin; they can actually make it act younger.
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Photodamage affects efficacy of skin care products
MedEsthetics
Oct. 4, 2103: "Doctor, what should I use on my skin?" No matter what skin condition prompts a patient to visit a dermatologist, this question is almost sure to arise. That's what motivated Dr. Dana L. Sachs and her colleagues at the department of dermatology, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, to conduct research on the effectiveness of five well-known skin care products.
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Like face-lifts, facials to turn back the clock
The New York Times
Aug. 21, 2013: The last time Lisa Marcus was at the Fifth Avenue office of her dermatologist, Dr. Debra Jaliman, she ran into someone she went to high school with. "She asked if I'd had a face-lift," said Marcus, 55, a recent retiree who had instead opted for a nonsurgical office procedure that some are calling a "facial face-lift": a package of treatments that may include not only extractions but injections of neurotoxins like Botox and hyaluronic acid filler, as well as red light therapy.
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Laser hair removal tops list of most litigated laser surgery procedures
Plastic Surgery Practice
March 1, 2013: Cutaneous laser surgery can be risky business, especially if the laser is operated by a non-physician, a new study suggests. Dr. H. Ray Jalian of the Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston and colleagues identified 174 cases related to injury stemming from these procedure from 1985 to 2012. The incidence of litigation appeared to increase and peak in 2010.
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Is your margarita bad for your skin?
Shape
May 30, 2013: Assistant editor for Shape Magazine Ashley Ross writes: "Not long ago, my sister returned from a wedding in Mexico with a sun-kissed tan, the very envy of everyone living in Manhattan during the hybrid months of winter-spring. She had nary a hint of sunburn, either—what she had was much worse: a dark brown, rashlike burn on her hip. My first thought was melanoma, and I couldn't help but worry that she'd call me from the dermatologist with that very diagnosis. Alas, she texted me after her appointment: 'Not cancer! I have margarita dermatitis.'"
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Blue light destroys skin, soft tissue infections
Medical News Today
Jan. 31, 2013: Blue light can selectively eradicate Pseudomonas aeruginosa infections of the skin and soft tissues, while preserving the outermost layer of skin, according to a proof-of-principle study led by Michael R. Hamblin of the Massachusetts General Hospital, and the Harvard Medical School, Boston.
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Beware your cellphone — it causes wrinkles
Next Avenue
June 1, 2013: Next Avenue editor John Stark writes: "No one wants to give up their smartphone, despite the health and safety risks these electronic devices may impose. Up until the other day I felt the same way. You couldn't pry it out of my cold, dead hands. But that was before I read about a frightening new condition that is being linked to smartphone use. When I told my boomer friends about it, they had the same reaction I did: Shock and horror."
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Frotox: New alternative to Botox
Wetpaint
May 7,2013: Cosmetic surgeons have chills about a new procedure that might just freeze out Botox. The newest cutting edge technology to come down the pike is being billed as a gentler, more natural version of Botox. The cutely nicknamed "Frotox" apparently doesn't contain the same purified botulinum toxin as the traditional face freezer.
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Eczema linked to gut bacteria in kids
Medical News Today
Jan. 23, 2013: Kids who have eczema have a more diverse set of bacteria in their guts than kids who do not have the condition.
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Can olive oil prevent skin aging?
Yahoo Health
Jan. 6, 2013: The scientific evidence that olive oil is good for us keeps getting stronger. In terms of health, studies have proven that diets that incorporate this oil help people live longer, healthier lives. Rich in monounsaturated fatty acids, olive oil also has been linked to lower cholesterol and also may normalize blood clotting, blood sugar levels and insulin levels. But one recent study is shedding light on the potential beauty benefits associated with ingesting olive oil.
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Botox being injected by friends
Female First
Botox and fillers are not something that should be entered into lightly, and they most definitely are something that should be administered by a professional, but research shows that's not always the case.

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7 anti-aging tips for soft, smooth hands
The Huffington Post
Nothing reveals age faster than red, cracked, veiny hands. "The skin on the back of the hands is very thin," explains Dr. Stuart Maddin. "Hands are therefore very susceptible to damage, which translates into loose skin, age spots and visible veins."

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AAD updates guidelines for diagnosing, assessing atopic dermatitis
Health e Galaxy
New evidence-based guidelines have been released by the American Academy of Dermatology for the diagnosis and assessment of atopic dermatitis.

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