Study revealed that some humans have more germs in common with their dogs than with their children.
Scientists have found a minimally invasive laser treatment that could replace the "tummy tuck".
Officials are unsure about the specific cause for the fungal illness, but they warn that physicians should be on the look-out for symptoms of the potentially dangerous disease.
The data that the device records is sent via radiowaves and Bluetooth technology to a mobile phone.
There are hundreds of thousands of creams on the market that promise consumers everlastingly youthful looks. But can they really make a difference? Previously, there's been little scientific evidence to back their effectiveness against crow's feet or frown lines. However, researchers from the University of Reading claim that they have found that a chemical used in some anti-wrinkle cream really does work. Apparently, this "miracle chemical" produces clear anti-aging results by doubling the amount of protein collagen produced by the skin.
A Chinese student will likely not be accepting any more gifts from suitors in the near future.
Though acne affects about 80 percent of Americans during their lifetimes, researchers have very little idea about what causes it.
A new drug can offer the same kind of results in the treatment of skin infections as standard drug linezolid. Also the new tedizolid phosphate, once daily for 6 days, provides the same benefits as taking linezolid twice a day for 10 days.
Researchers from the University of Rochester Medical Center, the Sloan-Kettering Institute and the Harvard Stem Cell Institute believe that they have developed a method that can use a patient’s own skin cells to combat multiple sclerosis.
Acne is one of the most dreaded condition for teenagers, or anyone for that matter. A new study suggests that family history, BMI and diet, each of these factors could be behind the risk of moderate-to-severe acne in youngsters. Researchers Anna Di Landro, M.D., from the Centro Studi Gruppo Italiano Studi Epidemiologici in Dermatologia in Bergamo, Italy, and team evaluated the influence of family history, personal habits, dietary factors and menstrual history on individuals aged between 10 and 24 years, Medical Xpress reported.
The increasing popularity of sunbeds has been a major concern fo4r public health departments as exposure to UV rays is one of the major factors responsible for the development of skin cancers in many a people, and there is evidence of the same.
Young girls and women are chasing the media-defined perfect looks like never before and a single sign of aging appearing anywhere in the body can cause a woman to spend sleepless nights, unless she somehow "fixes" it... according to a new study, women as young as 29 year olds are spending sleepless nights worrying about the same these days. According to the research, women these days start worrying about aging from their late twenties itself.