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According to a new report, the percentage of teens wearing sunscreen has fallen from 2001 to 2011.
Short, acute psychological stress promoted healing in mouse models of three different types of skin irritations, according to a new study.
Certain types of foods, such as sweets and salt, can age the skin prematurely.
A new case report found that iPads and other metallic devices can trigger reactions due to a nickel allergy.
A new study reported that sunscreen only slows down the development of skin cancer.
Researchers at University of Cincinnati have devised a safe and effective treatment for life threatening angioedema attacks in the emergency department.
According to a team of international scientists, a lab-grown skin model could potentially replace animal testing.
Cancer Research UK's latest statistics revealed a five-times spike in malignant melanoma cases since the mid-1970s.
Exercise can keep skin young and reverse signs of aging, a new study reported.
Researchers at Columbia University Medical Center have reportedly solved an age-old mystery of touch explaining how cells beneath the skin surface enable use to feel details and other textures.
New research suggests that eczema might be a lifelong condition.
Fitness tracking company Fitbit has voluntary recalled and stopped sales of their popular product Fitbit Force. The wearable gadget is a wrist-borne activity tracker which was often sold out after its launch late last year.
A new study reported that sending pictures of skin conditions to dermatologists could be as effective as an in-person visit.
A new CDC report found that restrictions on tanning can be effective in dissuading teenagers from indoor tanning.