Research indicates that protein in human cells might be altered when subjected to radiation from mobile phones, but the health effects of such radiation were unclear, Finnish officials said Tuesday.
The oral contraceptive Yasmin, plus a low-dose of the diuretic spironolactone, is a safe and effective treatment for women with severe facial acne, according to the findings of a small study.
British women had facelifts and men had tummy tucks and “man boobs” removed in record in numbers in 2007, new data released on Monday revealed.
U.S. health authorities on Wednesday said they will conduct an investigation to get to the bottom of an unexplained illness marked by skin lesions that do not heal and a batch of other symptoms.
The chronic skin disorder neurodermatitis, which causes itchy patches usually on the back of the neck, outer part of the ankle and forearms, is more common among children whose parents separate, experts say.
First the forehead gets higher, then a spot at the back of the head clears — hair loss is for many men the worst thing they could possibly suffer as they get older.
Avoiding high glycemic load foods could help acne sufferers clear up their skin, the results of a new small study suggest.
Women who get cosmetic breast implants are nearly three times as likely to commit suicide as other women, U.S. researchers reported on Wednesday.
A single course of Genentech Inc. and Biogen Idec Inc.’s cancer drug Rituxan helped patients clear the symptoms of a rare, skin-blistering disorder, according to a study that may lead to a new treatment for the disease.
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A chemical used in cosmetic products promising an “instant face lift” makes wrinkles disappear by damaging skin cells, Canadian researchers report.