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By | January 26, 2011
The largest growth area in cosmetic facial treatment is related to aging. People are living longer and healthier and want their appearance to reflect their vital state of mind and health. The aging process begins when we enter the world and the effects of aging are evident in our bodies throughout our ...


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By | January 26, 2011
Topaz Pharmaceuticals Announces Completion of Pivotal Phase 3 Trials of Ivermectin Topical Cream Topaz Pharmaceuticals Inc., a privately held specialty pharmaceutical company, announces the completion of two Phase 3 clinical trials that studied the use of ivermectin topical cream as a potential treatment ...


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By | January 26, 2011
Topaz Pharmaceuticals Announces Completion of Pivotal Phase 3 Trials of Ivermectin Topical Cream Topaz Pharmaceuticals Inc., a privately held specialty pharmaceutical company, announces the completion of two Phase 3 clinical trials that studied the use of ivermectin topical cream as a potential treatment ...


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By | January 26, 2011
Bullying Linked to Psoriasis Almost half of children with psoriasis surveyed by the National Psoriasis Foundation report being bullied at least once in the six months this study was conducted. The Psoriasis Foundation surveyed parents of kids with psoriatic disease and found that 44 percent of children ...


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By | January 26, 2011
Bullying Linked to Psoriasis Almost half of children with psoriasis surveyed by the National Psoriasis Foundation report being bullied at least once in the six months this study was conducted. The Psoriasis Foundation surveyed parents of kids with psoriatic disease and found that 44 percent of children ...


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By | January 26, 2011
The Healing Power of Water by Dr. Reinhard R. Bergel Sebastian Kneipp, who used water treatment as a means of curing illness, was a German priest who lived from 1827 – 1897 A.D. As a young priest, the doctors pronounced him terminally ill with a lung disease. But he would not accept their prognosis. ...


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By | January 26, 2011
The Healing Power of Water by Dr. Reinhard R. Bergel Sebastian Kneipp, who used water treatment as a means of curing illness, was a German priest who lived from 1827 – 1897 A.D. As a young priest, the doctors pronounced him terminally ill with a lung disease. But he would not accept their prognosis. ...


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By | January 26, 2011
Chamomile: The Plant Doctor by Rhonda Allison Chamomile, much like a melodic lullaby spoken to a restless child, is known for its calming and soothing abilities. It is of course widely popular in tea, aromatherapy, and has even replaced grass in many gardens, including the lawns of Buckingham Palace ...


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By | February 28, 2011
Every day, science gives us new tips to help navigate our personal health journeys. With such a plethora of information available at the click of the mouse, that gold mine of knowledge can quickly feel like a maze of confusing advice. University of Cincinnati Health’s Mahmoud Charif, M.D. and Neetu Radhakrishnan, ...


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By | February 9, 2011
Books have been written on skin permeability and obtuse descriptions of the mathematics of permeation and diffusion have been laid before their readers with great erudition. All of this is great if you can understand it, but for the aesthetician struggling with basic mathematics and a limited knowledge ...


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By | February 9, 2011
Books have been written on skin permeability and obtuse descriptions of the mathematics of permeation and diffusion have been laid before their readers with great erudition. All of this is great if you can understand it, but for the aesthetician struggling with basic mathematics and a limited knowledge ...


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By | February 25, 2011
According to the book “The Healing Herbs,” the use of therapeutic herbs for skin care is thought to date back to ancient Chinese physicians, who recognized the astringent and antibiotic properties of certain herbs nearly 5,000 years ago. Ayurvedic medicine practitioners have also used herbs to cleanse ...


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By | February 25, 2011
According to the book “The Healing Herbs,” the use of therapeutic herbs for skin care is thought to date back to ancient Chinese physicians, who recognized the astringent and antibiotic properties of certain herbs nearly 5,000 years ago. Ayurvedic medicine practitioners have also used herbs to cleanse ...


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By | February 25, 2011
Tweezers, the earliest known method of hair removal, have evolved little from the clam shells used by the Neanderthals. Julius Caesar tweezed his facial hair multiple times per day, inspiring men of the time to copy his style in a new forum, the barber shop. Women copying Queen Elizabeth I plucked their ...


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By | February 25, 2011
Tweezers, the earliest known method of hair removal, have evolved little from the clam shells used by the Neanderthals. Julius Caesar tweezed his facial hair multiple times per day, inspiring men of the time to copy his style in a new forum, the barber shop. Women copying Queen Elizabeth I plucked ...


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  • SAIANSAIANDescription: Saian Skin Care – Natural | Clinical As well-known specialists, Ms. Saian and her daughter have created a unique skincare line that focuses on the problems of acne and premature aging. They believe that youthful looking skin can be achieved at any age by ...