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How to keep a baby under six months old safe from the sun

How to keep a baby under six months old safe from the sun

6 hours ago   |   Today's Parent

Experts agree that babies under six months are generally too young for sunscreen, and they can overheat easily-which can make sun protection during family outings challenging...
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Cause of Rare, Fatal Disease That Turns Babies' Lips and Skin Blue Identified

Cause of Rare, Fatal Disease That Turns Babies' Lips and Skin Blue Identified

6 hours ago   |   Medindia Health

Scientists have discovered the cause of disease that turns babies lips and skin blue using CRISPR.
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Getting Started in Research

Getting Started in Research

8 hours ago   |   Surgical Aesthetics Magazine

Conducting clinical studies can benefit your career and your patients. Here's how to make it part of your practice.By Daniel Casciato After medical training is complete and you...
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Picosecond Laser For Removal of Solar Lentigines in Darker Skin Types

Picosecond Laser For Removal of Solar Lentigines in Darker Skin Types

8 hours ago   |   Surgical Aesthetics Magazine

A novel dual-wavelength, dual-pulse duration laser was evaluated for use on solar lentigines in 20 Asian patients with results showing 90 percent of patients achieved moderate...
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Pigmented lesion assay prevents unnecessary biopsies in skin lesions

12 hours ago   |   Healio

Twelve-month data from a large U.S. registry study confirmed the clinical utility and high negative predicative value of a pigmented lesion assay as a diagnostic tool in...
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Scientists pinpoint cause of fatal respiratory disorder that turns babies' lips and skin blue

20 hours ago   |   News Medical

Scientists used a gene editing method called CRISPR/Cas9 to generate mice that faithfully mimic a fatal respiratory disorder in newborn infants that turns their lips and skin...
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Harnessing the power of skin microbiome to develop new therapeutics

1 day ago   |   News Medical   |   2 articles

As scientific researchers continue to investigate the complexities of the skin microbiome, our mission for the 2nd Microbiome Movement - Skin Health & Dermatology Summit is...
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Researchers find possible counterpunch to drug resistance of melanoma

1 day ago   |   News Medical   |   2 articles

Researchers at Oregon State University and Oregon Health & Science University have found a possible counterpunch to the drug resistance of melanoma, the most dangerous form of...
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The Sweet Reason Soccer Star Alex Morgan Always Wears a Pink Headband in Her Hair

The Sweet Reason Soccer Star Alex Morgan Always Wears a Pink Headband in Her Hair

1 day ago   |   PopSugar

If you've watched the US women's national soccer team compete in the 2019 FIFA World Cup , you've probably noticed a pink headband in Alex Morgan's hair - you couldn't miss it...
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Having Negative Thoughts About Your Body? Iskra Lawrence Says to Get in Front of a Mirror

Having Negative Thoughts About Your Body? Iskra Lawrence Says to Get in Front of a Mirror

1 day ago   |   PopSugar

Iskra Lawrence doesn't focus on her so-called "imperfections" anymore; instead, the AerieREAL Role Model has retrained her mind to see what's actually there: beauty. She's long...
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US suicide rates have soared 33% in less than 10 years

US suicide rates have soared 33% in less than 10 years

The greatest number of suicides still occur among white men, but since 1999, dramatic increases have been seen among women and Native Americans, according to the latest data... Read more ...

Simple Scan Could Open Up New Avenues for Angina Treatment

Simple Scan Could Open Up New Avenues for Angina Treatment

Simple scan could be used to guide treatment decisions for angina patients, reveals a new study. Read more ...

It's easy to hide in plain sight: New research finds that simple disguises...

It's easy to hide in plain sight: New research finds that simple disguises fool most people

Want to be invisible? It might not be as impossible as it sounds. A new study finds that hiding in plain sight is easy - all you need is a simple disguise. Research from the... Read more ...

Pollutant-Free Fatty Fish can Cut Down Type 2 Diabetes Risk

Pollutant-Free Fatty Fish can Cut Down Type 2 Diabetes Risk

Eating Fatty fish free of environmental pollutants can reduce the risk of developing type 2 diabetes, reveals a new study. Read more ...

Certain Behaviors in Kindergarten Associated With Lower Adult Salary: Study

Certain Behaviors in Kindergarten Associated With Lower Adult Salary: Study

Kindergarten inattention was associated with lower earning for boys and girls later in life, revealed new research. Read more ...

New Insights into Tissue Damage in Rheumatoid Arthritis, Lupus

New Insights into Tissue Damage in Rheumatoid Arthritis, Lupus

New study has provided clues on tissue damage discovered in rheumatoid arthritis and lupus autoimmune conditions. Read more ...

Sea cucumber found to prevent or reduce asthma attacks

Sea cucumber found to prevent or reduce asthma attacks

Sea cucumbers are marine animals that can be found on the sea floor. They are widely used in Asian countries as food or as ingredients of traditional medicine. In an animal... Read more ...

Women who are obese while pregnant have triple the risk of a baby who...

Women who are obese while pregnant have triple the risk of a baby who develops type 2 diabetes

It's suspected by researchers led by Edinburgh University, who analysed the data of 120,000 women, that high blood sugar levels 'programme' adverse health outcomes. Read more ...

USA's Record-Breaking 13-0 Win Was Great, but What It Said About Women's...

USA's Record-Breaking 13-0 Win Was Great, but What It Said About Women's Soccer Was Not

Thirteen goals. In case it wasn't already apparent, that's not normal. Not for soccer, in general; not for an international game, certainly; and never for a World Cup. When the... Read more ...

Researchers uncover the earliest signs of Parkinson's in the brain, many...

Researchers uncover the earliest signs of Parkinson's in the brain, many years before symptoms

Damage to serotonin production was seen on brain imaging. King's College London said it was an 'excellent marker' for the disease which takes hold of the brain years before... Read more ...