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Dermatology is the branch of medicine dealing with the skin and its diseases. Dermatologists take care of diseases and cancers of the skin, scalp, hair, and nails.
Topical sunscreens are still the safe option for sun protection

Topical sunscreens are still the safe option for sun protection

From lotions to sprays to sticks, consumers already have a myriad of options to choose from when selecting a sunscreen. [More]
Dermatologist warns about safety of children's skin care products

Dermatologist warns about safety of children's skin care products

Before the advent of Internet search engines, parents obtained much of their medical advice from their child's doctor. [More]
Secret of aging skin may lie in glycan and micronutrient creams

Secret of aging skin may lie in glycan and micronutrient creams

For decades, dermatologists have been researching the genetic cause of aging skin so that the perfect antidote could be developed. When examining genes and proteins, a difference between younger and older looking skin has not been found. [More]
Study: Nervous system and stress affect inflammatory skin conditions

Study: Nervous system and stress affect inflammatory skin conditions

Anyone who's had a pimple form right before an important event may wonder if stress caused the break out. [More]
Auxilium Pharmaceuticals' total revenues decrease 17% to $83 million in Q2 2014

Auxilium Pharmaceuticals' total revenues decrease 17% to $83 million in Q2 2014

Auxilium Pharmaceuticals, Inc., a fully integrated specialty biopharmaceutical company, today announced financial results for the second quarter ending June 30, 2014. The Company highlighted important corporate, commercial, regulatory and clinical development updates from the quarter. [More]
UCSF study: Acute psychological stress promotes healing in mouse models of different skin irritations

UCSF study: Acute psychological stress promotes healing in mouse models of different skin irritations

Brief, acute psychological stress promoted healing in mouse models of three different types of skin irritations, in a study led by UC San Francisco researchers. [More]
Salt poses cardiovascular risk in diabetic patients

Salt poses cardiovascular risk in diabetic patients

A diet high in salt increases the risk of cardiovascular disease in patients with Type 2 diabetes, show data from the Japan Diabetes Complications Study. [More]
Plastic surgeons consider themselves the most capable injectors, shows study

Plastic surgeons consider themselves the most capable injectors, shows study

According to a study led by American scientists, plastic surgeons consider themselves the most capable injectors. [More]
PLM launches mobile apps to deliver medical information on cancer, heart disease conditions

PLM launches mobile apps to deliver medical information on cancer, heart disease conditions

IBM today announced that PLM, a Latin American healthcare sciences publisher, launched a library of mobile apps to deliver medical information on conditions such as cancer and heart disease. [More]
Albuminuria change is a strong cardiovascular risk indicator in diabetes

Albuminuria change is a strong cardiovascular risk indicator in diabetes

Changes in albuminuria predict cardiovascular mortality and morbidity over and above glucose levels and blood pressure, say researchers. [More]
Lyfebulb, Immune collaborate to increase awareness of bullous pemphigoid

Lyfebulb, Immune collaborate to increase awareness of bullous pemphigoid

Lyfebulb, the International Pemphigus Pemphigoid Foundation (IPPF) and Immune Pharmaceuticals Inc., announced a collaboration to increase awareness of unmet needs in treating bullous pemphigoid last night at an event attended by more than sixty patients, physicians, scientists and other interested parties. [More]
Caffeine intake may aggravate hot flashes and night sweats in postmenopausal women

Caffeine intake may aggravate hot flashes and night sweats in postmenopausal women

A new Mayo Clinic study, published online today by the journal Menopause, found an association between caffeine intake and more bothersome hot flashes and night sweats in postmenopausal women. [More]
BP variability may be ‘CV risk integrator’

BP variability may be ‘CV risk integrator’

Increased variability in blood pressure may be an indicator of overall cardiovascular risk rather than being a risk factor per se, suggest researchers. [More]
Early-career physicians receive National Psoriasis Foundation fellowship to study psoriasis

Early-career physicians receive National Psoriasis Foundation fellowship to study psoriasis

Twelve residents and medical students each received a one-year, $50,000 National Psoriasis Foundation fellowship to study psoriasis. [More]
13 researchers awarded National Psoriasis Foundation fellowship to study psoriasis

13 researchers awarded National Psoriasis Foundation fellowship to study psoriasis

Twelve residents and medical students each received a one-year, $50,000 National Psoriasis Foundation fellowship to study psoriasis. The fellowships aim to increase the number of scientists studying and treating psoriatic disease by encouraging promising doctors to dedicate their careers to the study of psoriasis as physician researchers. [More]
Doctors still prescribe patience as part of acne treatment regimen

Doctors still prescribe patience as part of acne treatment regimen

When it comes to treating acne, much has advanced medical practice, but patients are still prescribed patience as part of any treatment regimen, according to a nationally recognized expert on the skin condition that affects millions of teenagers in the U.S. each year. [More]
Glenmark plans to set up new manufacturing facility at Monroe Corporate Center, USA

Glenmark plans to set up new manufacturing facility at Monroe Corporate Center, USA

Glenmark Pharmaceuticals Ltd, a research-driven, global, integrated pharmaceutical company, plans to set up a new manufacturing facility in the US. [More]
Study attempts to link sun exposure and low vitamin D levels with increased death rate

Study attempts to link sun exposure and low vitamin D levels with increased death rate

Recently, a study in the Journal of Internal Medicine suggested that women who avoid sun exposure are twice as likely to die as compared to those who receive sun exposure. [More]
Encapsula releases 2 new liposome based products

Encapsula releases 2 new liposome based products

Encapsula NanoSciences announces the release of two new liposome ­based products; Curcusome® and Taurosome™. Curcusome® or liposomal curcumin is a nutraceutical supplement that comes innovatively packaged in a powder ­release cap for consumer ease. [More]
Phase III research shows that new drug improves symptoms related to plaque psoriasis

Phase III research shows that new drug improves symptoms related to plaque psoriasis

Randomized, phase III research from the University of Alabama at Birmingham shows that a new drug improves symptoms related to moderate to severe plaque psoriasis, a chronic skin disease of scaling and inflammation. [More]