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Released: 30-Jun-2022 12:05 PM EDT
6 Curly Hair Tips From Dermatologists
American Academy of Dermatology

As people shed their winter hats in favor of warmer temperatures, letting their hair flow freely, having the right hair care routine is important. According to dermatologists from the American Academy of Dermatology, people with curly or tightly coiled hair are more prone to breakage and dryness than other hair types.

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Released: 30-Jun-2022 12:05 PM EDT
UCI-Led Team Discovers Signaling Molecule That Potently Stimulates Hair Growth
University of California, Irvine

University of California, Irvine-led researchers have discovered that a signaling molecule called SCUBE3 potently stimulates hair growth and may offer a therapeutic treatment for androgenetic alopecia, a common form of hair loss in both women and men.

Released: 30-Jun-2022 7:05 AM EDT
What's the Best Sunscreen for Kids?
Children's Hospital Los Angeles

How to choose the best—and safest—sunscreen for your child. Fun in the sun is a year-round activity in Southern California. But all that sunshine means it’s critical to protect your child (and yourself) from the sun’s harmful rays. “One or more blistering sunburns in childhood can more than double your chances of developing melanoma later on,” says Minnelly Luu, MD, a pediatric dermatologist at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles.

Newswise: The Medical Minute: Sunscreen ― still a smart way to protect your skin
Released: 29-Jun-2022 9:05 PM EDT
The Medical Minute: Sunscreen ― still a smart way to protect your skin
Penn State Health

What’s the right amount of sunscreen to use? What’s the right SPF? Should everybody use it? A Penn State Health dermatologist helps you beat the burn in this week’s Medical Minute.

Newswise: Stay Safe All Summer Long
Released: 29-Jun-2022 11:00 AM EDT
Stay Safe All Summer Long
Johns Hopkins Medicine

As school ends, summer fun begins. Johns Hopkins Children’s Center experts say safety is the key to an enjoyable season for the whole family. Children’s Center experts are available to provide some top tips for the months ahead.

Released: 29-Jun-2022 6:05 AM EDT
Fireworks Safety: Tips for Parents
Children's Hospital Los Angeles

Fireworks can be fun, festive—and very dangerous. Here’s are tips on howto keep your family safe. Fireworks have long been a popular part of the Fourth of July. But while fireworks are bright and festive, they can also be dangerous—for children, teens and even adults. According to SafeKids Worldwide, more than 3,000 children under the age of 15 are sent to emergency departments each year in the U.

Released: 28-Jun-2022 10:00 AM EDT
American Academy of Dermatology Survey Shows Gen Z Sun Protection, Tanning Knowledge Lacking
American Academy of Dermatology

A recent American Academy of Dermatology survey of more than 1,000 U.S. adults revealed that many Generation Z adults, ages 18-25, are not aware of the dangers of overexposure to the sun and are not protecting themselves from it. Ahead of the Fourth of July weekend, the AAD is setting the record straight about common misconceptions about tanning and encouraging everyone to practice safe sun to decrease their risk for skin cancer and premature aging skin.

Newswise: Biological Clocks Set for Skin Immunity
Released: 21-Jun-2022 8:10 AM EDT
Biological Clocks Set for Skin Immunity
Kyoto University

Researchers have discovered epidermal immunity from nighttime bacterial invasion in mice when the expression of the CXCL14 signaling protein was higher than during the daytime. The circadian-dependent role of CXCL14 is crucial as it transports important DNA into immune cells.

Newswise: National Poll: Some Parents Skip Steps to Minimize Firework Risks to Kids
16-Jun-2022 8:05 AM EDT
National Poll: Some Parents Skip Steps to Minimize Firework Risks to Kids
Michigan Medicine - University of Michigan

As communities prepare for Fourth of July festivities, some parents may be overlooking burn and injury risks for children, a new national poll suggests.

Released: 17-Jun-2022 12:30 PM EDT
It is very unlikely Justin Bieber’s Ramsay Hunt syndrome and Hailey Baldwin Bieber’s blood clot were caused by COVID-19 vaccines
Newswise

Skeptics of the COVID-19 vaccines are claiming that Justin Bieber’s facial paralysis and Haley Beiber's blood clot were caused by the vaccine. There is no evidence of this. It is more likely Beiber's facial paralysis is caused by the virus itself than the vaccine.

Released: 16-Jun-2022 1:05 PM EDT
Pesquisadora da Mayo Clinic procura novas curas para problemas de pele relacionados à idade
Mayo Clinic

A medicina regenerativa é um campo emergente que procura reparar, substituir ou restaurar células, tecidos ou órgãos adoecidos. Na Mayo Clinic, a Dra. Saranya Wyles, M.D. Ph.D. em dermatologia, está pesquisando novas curas para problemas de pele relacionados à idade, como rugas, manchas da idade, perda de cabelo e afinamento da pele.

Released: 16-Jun-2022 1:05 PM EDT
妙佑医疗国际研究员探寻年龄相关皮肤问题的新疗法
Mayo Clinic

罗切斯特,明尼苏达州 — 再生医学是一个新兴领域,人们在其中寻找修复、替换或恢复病变细胞、组织或器官的新方法。妙佑医疗国际(Mayo Clinic) 的皮肤科医生Saranya Wyles医学博士/博士正在研究新疗法,试图解决各种年龄相关的皮肤问题,如皱纹、老年斑、脱发和皮肤变薄

Released: 16-Jun-2022 12:05 PM EDT
باحثة مايو كلينك تبحث عن علاجات جديدة لمشاكل الجلد المرتبطة بالعمر
Mayo Clinic

مدينة روتشستر، ولاية مينيسوتا- الطب التجديدي هو مجال ناشئ يهدف إلى إصلاح الخلايا أو الأنسجة أو الأعضاء المريضة أو استبدالها أو ترميمها. في مايو كلينك، تبحث طبيبة الجلد سارانيا وايلز، دكتور الطب، الحاصلة على الدكتوراه، عن علاجات جديدة لمشاكل الجلد المرتبطة بالعمر مثل: التجاعيد وبقع الشيخوخة وتساقط الشعر وترقق الجلد.

Released: 15-Jun-2022 5:05 PM EDT
Investigadora de Mayo Clinic busca nuevas curas para problemas de piel relacionados con la edad
Mayo Clinic

La medicina regenerativa es un campo naciente que busca reparar, reemplazar o restaurar células, tejidos y órganos dañados.

14-Jun-2022 1:15 PM EDT
Androgen Receptor Signaling Contributes to Targeted Therapy Resistance in Melanoma
University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center

Androgen receptor (AR) signaling affects response to BRAF/MEK inhibitor therapy in both males and females with melanoma, researchers from The University of Texas

Newswise: Viral Proteins Key to Tumor Model in Mice
Released: 15-Jun-2022 9:35 AM EDT
Viral Proteins Key to Tumor Model in Mice
Michigan Medicine - University of Michigan

A team of researchers at the University of Michigan Rogel Cancer Center were the first to generate a bona fide mouse model of a Merkel cell carcinoma, a rare and potentially aggressive form of skin cancer. The study outlining these results appeared in the Journal of Clinical Investigation.

Newswise: UCSF Dermatologist Inaugurated as AMA President
Released: 14-Jun-2022 5:00 PM EDT
UCSF Dermatologist Inaugurated as AMA President
University of California, San Francisco (UCSF)

Jack S. Resneck Jr., MD, was inaugurated today as the 177th president of the American Medical Association (AMA). Resneck is a dermatologist, professor and vice-chair of the Department of Dermatology at UC San Francisco. Following a year-long term as president-elect of the nation’s premier physician organization, Resneck today assumed the office of AMA president.

Released: 14-Jun-2022 3:15 PM EDT
"Yes, optimists live longer" and more research news on Aging for media
Newswise

Here are some of the latest articles that have been added to the Aging channel on Newswise, a free source for journalists.

Newswise: Better Understanding of DNA Repair Protein Could Lead to Novel Cancer Therapies
12-Jun-2022 9:00 AM EDT
Better Understanding of DNA Repair Protein Could Lead to Novel Cancer Therapies
Clemson University

Summer is here, and that means more time soaking up the sun for many of us.

Released: 9-Jun-2022 7:05 AM EDT
Human Skin Can Be Damaged by Exposure to Thirdhand Smoke and Electronic Cigarette Spills
University of California, Riverside

A University of California, Riverside, study has found that dermal exposure to nicotine concentrations found in thirdhand smoke, or THS, and electronic cigarette spills may damage the skin.

3-Jun-2022 2:05 PM EDT
Does Shingles Increase a Person’s Risk of Dementia?
American Academy of Neurology (AAN)

Shingles, a viral infection caused by the reactivation of the chickenpox virus, results in a painful blistering rash along one side of the body or face from nerve inflammation. There has been scientific speculation that such inflammation may increase a person’s risk of dementia. However, a new study has found that shingles is not associated with an increased risk of dementia. The study is published in the June 8, 2022, online issue of Neurology®, the medical journal of the American Academy of Neurology.

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Released: 7-Jun-2022 1:05 PM EDT
Melanoma Researcher Covers All the Bases
University of California, Irvine

Dr. Anand Ganesan probably won’t be hanging from a ceiling `a la Tom Cruise in Mission Impossible, but the UCI Health dermatologist and School of Medicine professor of dermatology and biological sciences does compare part of what he does to a plot device in the 1996 action thriller. “You know where the guy opens the switch box, there are all these wires coming down, and he’s trying to figure out which wire to cut to stop something bad from happening? That’s kind of what we’re trying to do: Cut the right wire to short- circuit cancer,” says the co-director of the Biotechnology, Imaging & Drug Discovery program at the Chao Family Comprehensive Cancer Center.

Newswise: New UCI-Led Study Reveals Characteristics of Stable Vitiligo Skin Disease
Released: 6-Jun-2022 4:05 PM EDT
New UCI-Led Study Reveals Characteristics of Stable Vitiligo Skin Disease
University of California, Irvine

A new study, led by researchers from the University of California, Irvine, reveals the unique cell-to-cell communication networks that can perpetuate inflammation and prevent repigmentation in patients with vitiligo disease.

Released: 3-Jun-2022 2:00 PM EDT
Monkeypox is not shingles and there is no evidence that the Monkeypox outbreak has anything to do with the COVID-19 vaccines
Newswise

The claim that the available COVID-19 vaccines are behind the monkeypox outbreak, and that monkeypox is basically shingles, which they claim is a side effect of the vaccines, is entirely false.

Released: 1-Jun-2022 12:35 PM EDT
MD Anderson Research Highlights for June 1, 2022
University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center

Current advances include new biomarkers to predict chimeric antigen receptor (CAR) T cell therapy outcomes and neurotoxicities, novel treatment targets for pre-cancerous pancreatic lesions and T-cell acute lymphoblastic leukemia, a new approach to improve immunotherapy responses in cold tumors, a profile of synthetic lethal targets for cancers with tumor suppressor loss, and promising clinical data for acute myeloid leukemia and cancers of unknown primary.

Newswise: Age-Related Lung Changes Provide Pathway for Metastatic Growth of Dormant Melanoma Cancer Cells
Released: 1-Jun-2022 11:00 AM EDT
Age-Related Lung Changes Provide Pathway for Metastatic Growth of Dormant Melanoma Cancer Cells
Johns Hopkins Medicine

New laboratory research directed by investigators at the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center and the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health finds that secreted age-induced changes in distant sites such as the lung can effectively reactivate dormant cells and cause them to grow.

Released: 31-May-2022 1:15 PM EDT
6 Skin Biopsy Wound Care Tips From Dermatologists
American Academy of Dermatology

Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer. It is estimated that one in five Americans will develop skin cancer in their lifetime. As Skin Cancer Awareness Month continues, it’s important to check your skin regularly, and if you notice a spot on your skin that is different from others or that changes, itches, or bleeds, make an appointment to see a board-certified dermatologist.

Released: 26-May-2022 5:00 PM EDT
MD Anderson Research Highlights: ASCO 2022 Special Edition
University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center

This special edition features upcoming oral presentations by MD Anderson researchers at the 2022 American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) Annual Meeting focused on quality improvement, health services research, new treatments for skin cancers, and symptoms and survivorship advances. More information on ASCO content from MD Anderson can be found at MDAnderson.org/ASCO.

Released: 24-May-2022 10:05 AM EDT
New Survey Reveals Public Confusion About Risks of Tanning and Sunburns
American Academy of Dermatology

A recent American Academy of Dermatology survey of more than 1,000 U.S. adults revealed a significant increase in both tanning and number of sunburns in 2021 compared to 2020.

Released: 24-May-2022 7:50 AM EDT
The Right Moisturiser for Children with Eczema Is the One That They Like to Use, Study Finds
University of Bristol

The Best Emollients for Eczema trial has found that no one type of moisturiser is better than another. This study, the first in the world to directly compare different types of moisturisers, highlights the importance of patient education and choice when deciding which moisturisers to use for children with eczema. The results from the National Institute for Health and Care Research (NIHR) funded study are published in The Lancet Child and Adolescent Health and British Journal of General Practice today (24 May).

Released: 18-May-2022 1:10 PM EDT
'Honey, Don't Forget the Sunscreen!' Three Beliefs That Affect Sunscreen Use by Older Adults
Wolters Kluwer Health: Lippincott

Reminders from a romantic partner might be an effective way to encourage sunscreen use by people age 50 or older, suggests a study in the May/June issue of The Journal of the Dermatology Nurses' Association, official publication of the Dermatology Nurses' Association. The journal is published in the Lippincott portfolio by Wolters Kluwer.

Newswise: Target to make immunotherapy for cancer safer, while more effective
6-May-2022 12:40 PM EDT
Target to make immunotherapy for cancer safer, while more effective
Ochsner Health

Researchers at MD Anderson and Ochsner Health have uncovered that in immunotherapy, a particular cytokine is expressed at higher levels in colitis tissue than in cancer tissue.

Newswise: Study Finds Healthy-Appearing Lupus Skin Predisposed to Flares, Rashes
Released: 3-May-2022 5:05 AM EDT
Study Finds Healthy-Appearing Lupus Skin Predisposed to Flares, Rashes
Michigan Medicine - University of Michigan

A new study finds that the normal-appearing skin of lupus patients contains the same inflammatory signals that are detected when the skin develops a rash, sometimes at even higher levels. Researchers say immune cells undergo an inflammatory transformation that primes the skin without rashes for disease flares.

Released: 2-May-2022 4:05 PM EDT
Many pathologists agree overdiagnosis of skin cancer happens, but don’t change diagnosis behavior
University of Washington

Recent studies finding that there is an overdiagnosis of melanoma are a significant cause for concern. However, while many pathologists agree overdiagnosis of skin cancer happens, they don’t change diagnosis behavior.

Newswise: Exploring Sun Protection Behaviors among U.S. Hispanic Outdoor Workers
Released: 2-May-2022 8:00 AM EDT
Exploring Sun Protection Behaviors among U.S. Hispanic Outdoor Workers
Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey

Carolyn J. Heckman, PhD, co-leader of the Cancer Prevention and Control Program at Rutgers Cancer Institute and an associate professor of medicine at Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, is corresponding author and shares more on unburns and sun protection behaviors among male Hispanic outdoor day laborers in the Northeast U.S.

Newswise: How Common is Skin Cancer? And More Questions You’re Afraid to Ask
Released: 2-May-2022 8:00 AM EDT
How Common is Skin Cancer? And More Questions You’re Afraid to Ask
Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey

Sarah Weiss, MD, medical oncologist at Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey and associate professor of medicine at Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, answers questions about skin cancer and sun protection that you may be wondering

Released: 26-Apr-2022 11:30 AM EDT
New Survey Reveals Most Americans Say Sun Protection Is More Important Now Than Five Years Ago, Yet Many Misunderstand How to Protect Themselves
American Academy of Dermatology

In a recent survey of more than 1,000 U.S. adults, the American Academy of Dermatology found that while respondents gave themselves high ratings for sun protection and most reported that sun protection is more important to them now than it was five years ago, there’s still a lot they don’t know about how to protect themselves from the sun and the risks of sun exposure, including skin cancer —the most common cancer in the U.S.

Released: 18-Apr-2022 6:15 PM EDT
Seemal R. Desai, MD, FAAD, elected American Academy of Dermatology president for 2024
American Academy of Dermatology

Texas-based board-certified dermatologist Seemal R. Desai, MD, FAAD, has been elected to lead the American Academy of Dermatology. He will be installed as president-elect in March 2023 and hold the office of president for one year beginning in March 2024.

Released: 18-Apr-2022 5:05 PM EDT
American Academy of Dermatology elects new officers, board members
American Academy of Dermatology

The American Academy of Dermatology has announced the results of its annual election.

Released: 18-Apr-2022 11:15 AM EDT
Yale Dermatologist Uses Innovative Treatment to Treat Child with Severe Alopecia
American Academy of Dermatology

Connecticut board-certified dermatologist Brett King MD, PhD, FAAD, was named an American Academy of Dermatology Patient Care Hero for pioneering an innovative new treatment for severe dermatologic conditions that are sometimes disabling, sometimes disfiguring, and usually uncomfortable, thus restoring normalcy and improving patients’ lives.

Released: 18-Apr-2022 6:05 AM EDT
Filling in the Gaps
University of New Mexico Comprehensive Cancer Center

With all that the Land of Enchantment has to offer, skin cancer isn’t on the top on anyone’s list. But abundant sunshine and a dearth of dermatologists in the state pose a challenge for detecting and treating the various forms of skin cancer. Skin Cancer Screening clinics are now resuming. The first of several new clinics will be held in Albuquerque on Saturday, May 7. More are planned over the coming year in Gallup, Taos and southern New Mexico.

Released: 14-Apr-2022 10:30 AM EDT
Pennsylvania dermatologist goes beyond exam room to help patients access treatment
American Academy of Dermatology

Pennsylvania board-certified dermatologist Scott Lim, DO, FAOCD, FAAD, was named an American Academy of Dermatology Patient Care Hero for his extraordinary efforts to get patients access to the medications they need.

Released: 13-Apr-2022 10:05 AM EDT
Ohio dermatologist aims to protect youth from tanning bed dangers
American Academy of Dermatology

Ohio board-certified dermatologist Shannon Trotter, DO, FAOCD, FAAD, was honored as an American Academy of Dermatology Patient Care Hero for her efforts to protect teenagers from the dangers of tanning beds.

Released: 11-Apr-2022 10:35 AM EDT
History of allergies may be associated with increased risk of high blood pressure, heart disease
American College of Cardiology (ACC)

Data from the National Health Interview Survey demonstrated adults with a history of allergic disorders have an increased risk of high blood pressure and coronary heart disease, with the highest risk seen in Black male adults.

Released: 11-Apr-2022 10:05 AM EDT
San Francisco Dermatologist Advances Innovative Treatment on FDA Committee
American Academy of Dermatology

San Francisco board-certified dermatologist Kenneth Katz, MD, MSc, MSCE, FAAD, was named an American Academy of Dermatology Patient Care Hero for his work leading a national advisory committee at the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) that provides advice to FDA on new therapies to improve patients’ skin, hair, and nail conditions and other issues that come before FDA.


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