Experts are offering tips to help people protect themselves from itchy, dry skin this winter.
Bleach may be the best aging antidote, according to a new study.
Researchers compared identical twins and found that smoking aged facial skin faster.
The major cause for skin ageing is sun, a new study finds. UV rays are responsible for around 80 per cent of skin ageing which includes wrinkles.
In order to reduce infection rates post surgery, researchers reported that using a narrow spectrum of UV light at 207 nm could be effective in killing bacteria without harming human skin.
A common mutation has been identified that dramatically increases the risk for testicular cancer by Ludwig Cancer Research. It also explains a likely molecular mechanism by which it exerts that effect.
59-year-old Henry Konietzky died two days after being infected by flesh-eating bacteria while out trapping crabs.
The Badger brand of sunscreens for babies and children has recalled nearly 30,000 tubes due to contamination.
In an oncoming study, researchers reported that a drug used to treat psoriasis might be effective in treating type 1 diabetes.
Women who suffer migraines are more likely to also suffer rosacea, a new study suggests.
A new product called Sprayable Energy will allow people to intake caffeine by spraying the odorless substance directly onto the skin.
They don't call it "beauty sleep" for nothing. If youth is beauty, then sleep really does make people more beautiful.
The FDA has issued a warning informing consumers to be aware of the potential burn risks involved with spraying on sunscreen near an open flame.
Researchers were able to successfully link the deadly infection that kills hundreds of amphibians to the African Clawed Frog.
You really are what you eat. Research has proven over and over again that things people put in their bodies can significantly impact how their body looks and feels, and the key to getting younger looking skin is to start by eating the right foods. Take a look at the list below to see which foods you can easily incorporate into your everyday diet.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.