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Cyanobacteria: The future of sunscreen?

Sunscreens and moisturizers derived from biological sources such as cyanobacteria could represent a safer alternative to current, synthetically produced cosmetics, research suggests./...


Sunbed users get melanoma at a younger age

Melanoma is the most dangerous type of skin cancer with the strongest increase in incidence in the last decade, and the incidence rates have never been as high. The World Health Organization based International Agency for Research on Cancer has classified UV-emitting tanning devices as “carcinogenic to humans” in 2009,...


Risk of skin cancer doesn't deter most college students who tan indoors, study shows

White female college students in Indiana who tan indoors know they are placing themselves at risk of skin cancer and premature skin aging, but most continue to tan indoors anyway, according to a study./...


Indoor tanning study reveals surprising new at-risk group for skin cancer

In a new study of indoor tanning and skin cancer risk, the use of indoor tanning among non-heterosexual black male teens was found to be nearly equal to that of heterosexual white females./...


Using fat to help wounds heal without scars

Doctors have found a way to manipulate wounds to heal as regenerated skin rather than scar tissue. The method involves transforming the most common type of cells found in wounds into fat cells -- something that was previously thought to be impossible in humans.

Older women with breast cancer report better cosmetic satisfaction with less radiation, less surgery

In the first study evaluating patient-reported cosmetic outcomes in a population-based cohort of older women with breast cancer, researchers found that less radiation was associated with improved cosmetic satisfaction long-term.

Safety in darkness: Team lays bare melanin's DNA guarding mechanism

With a little help from chickens and video cameras, scientists have captured live the moment when skin gets darker. In a new study, a team has filmed and demystified the process by which melanin -- molecules that give skin its color -- are carried to the epidermis.