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ASDS Urges Hairstylists to Join Fight Against Skin Cancer

To help promote the detection of scalp skin cancer, the American Society for Dermatologic Surgery (ASDS) is asking hairstylists across the country to participate in its new initiative to encourage the...

Researchers develop automated melanoma detector for skin cancer screening

Even experts can be fooled by melanoma. People with this type of skin cancer often have mole-looking growths on their skin that tend to be irregular in shape and color, and can be hard to ... Read mor...

A Little Training Helps Couples Ease Into Skin Cancer Checks

WEDNESDAY, Dec. 14, 2016 -- Skin cancer checks between couples don't have to be a puzzle -- or embarrassing, a new study shows. Over time, and with some training on spotting troublesome moles and pote...

Specific Gene Expression Differentiates Moles from Melanoma

Most melanomas are driven by mutations that spur out-of-control cell replication, while nevi which are moles composed of non-cancerous cells...

Melanoma survivors' friends can help spot new moles

Melanoma survivors may want to enlist partners to help search their bodies for suspicious looking moles, according to new research.

Dermatologist, Dr. Peyman Ghasri, Now Offers a Promotion on Skin Cancer Screening

Dr. Peyman Ghasri is currently offering a promotion on skin cancer screenings for the end of summer. San Fernando Valley, CA (PRWEB) September 23, 2016 San Fernando Valley dermatologist, Dr. Peyman G...

Medical News Today: Should I Worry About a Cherry Angioma? Get the Facts

Cherry angiomas are small, benign skin growths made of small blood vessels. Learn about what they look like, when to see a doctor, and treatment.

Health Tip: Want Healthier Looking Skin?

-- Your skin care routine may well impact how your skin ages. The American Academy of Dermatology offers this advice: Wear sunscreen before you head outside. Don't smoke. Inspect your skin regularly ...

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Circadian Dysrhythmias, Physiological Aberrations, and the Link to Skin Cancer.

Circadian rhythms are core regulators of a variety of mammalian physiologic processes and oscillate in a 24-h pattern. Many peripheral organs possess endogenous rhythmicity that is then modulated by a...

Na+ deposition in the fibrotic skin of systemic sclerosis patients detected by 23Na-magnetic resonance imaging.

Skin fibrosis is the predominant feature of SSc and arises from excessive extracellular matrix deposition. Glycosaminoglycans are macromolecules of the extracellular matrix, which facilitate Na(+) acc...

Galectin-7 in the stratum corneum; a biomarker of the skin barrier function.

Skin barrier disruption often occurs in diseased and damaged skin conditions such as atopic dermatitis (AD). We focused the galectin-7 protein (Gal-7) as a biomarker of skin condition and assessed whe...

Microbial Skin Inhabitants: Friends Forever.

To gain insight into the stability of the microbial communities that inhabit our skin, Oh et al., in a tour-de-force effort, map the human skin metagenomes over time. Remarkably, their data indicate...

Pursuing prosthetic electronic skin.

Skin plays an important role in mediating our interactions with the world. Recreating the properties of skin using electronic devices could have profound implications for prosthetics and medicine. The...

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