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Cells Grown On Skin Could Become A Treatment For Heart Attacks?[VIDEO]

Oct 13, 2016 PM EDT A new innovative treatment for heart attacks can be done through stem cell therapy. Scientists Discovered that this stem cell therapy treatment can initially repair damage to the h

7 Ways To Stop Underarm Odor; Hacks To Ensure You Never Fail The Sniff Test!

Jun 22, 2016 AM EDT Smelling good might seem quite challenging sometimes, especially in regions where the weather switches from hot and humid to raining and coming down in buckets in just a span of few hours.

Skin Exposure to Food Allergens Increases Risk of Developing Peanut Allergy, Study

Oct 09, 2014 AM EDT Skin exposure to food allergens contributes to sensitization to foods like peanuts in early life, according to a study by Icahn School of Medicine. The finding partly explains why most children become ...

Moles Increase Melanoma Risk, Study

Sep 08, 2014 AM EDT Moles increase the risk of developing melanoma, the most deadliest type of skin cancer, by four times, according to a study by the University of Melbourne, University of Oxford, and the Epworth ...

Moles Increase Melanoma Risk, Study

Sep 08, 2014 AM EDT Moles increase the risk of developing melanoma, the most deadliest type of skin cancer, by four times, according to a study by the University of Melbourne, University of Oxford, and the Epworth ...

Pilots and Cabin Crews Twice More Likely To Suffer From Melanoma, Study

Sep 04, 2014 AM EDT Pilots and cabin crews face twice the risk of suffering from the type of skin cancer known as melanoma, according to a new study by University of California, San Diego.

Fear of Developing Skin Cancer Induces People to Use Sunscreen Lotions More Often, Study

Jul 03, 2014 AM EDT Fear of developing skin cancer drives people to use sunscreen lotions frequently, according to a new study by the University at Buffalo.

15 or More Moles in One Arm Increases Breast Cancer Risk, Study

Jun 11, 2014 AM EDT Researchers from Indiana University, Harvard University and INSERM have discovered a novel predictor of breast cancer - Cutaneous nevi or moles.

“Human Skin Used To Bind 19th Century Book,” Harvard Experts Say

Jun 06, 2014 AM EDT A series of tests at Harvard University has concluded that a 19-century book housed at the school’s Houghton Library is in fact bound with “human skin.”

Indoor Tanning Increases Risk of Skin Cancer, Study

May 29, 2014 AM EDT University of Minnesota researchers debunked the theory that claimed indoor tanning without burning might lower melanoma risk.

Houston Professor Designs App for Early Detection of Skin Cancer

May 09, 2014 AM EDT A University of Houston professor has designed and developed an iPhone app for easy and economical detection of skin cancer.

Researchers Transform Ordinary Skin Cells Into Insulin-Producing Pancreas Cells

Feb 08, 2014 AM EST Researchers inch closer to finding cure for type 1 diabetes. Researchers successfully converted ordinary skin cells into pancreatic cells producing insulin in mice.

Never Say No To Hot Destinations; Sunlight Reduces Risk of Heart Attack: Study

Jan 21, 2014 AM EST Exposure to sunlight lowers blood pressure levels naturally, thereby reducing risk of heart attacks and strokes, according to a University of Southampton study. Researchers said that sunlight ...

Tiron: Anti-Oxidant Keeps Skin Younger and Protects Against Skin Damage, Study

Jan 16, 2014 AM EST Newcastle researchers have found a natural way of protecting skin from harmful Ultra-Violet (UV) radiation and premature aging. Experts say that tiron, an antioxidant, provides 100 percent protection ...

Chicken Nuggets Contain 40 Percent Meat And The Remaining 60 Percent Includes Fat, Skin, Blood Vessels, Mississippi Study

Oct 05, 2013 AM EDT A study has revealed that chicken meat was not the predominant component present in nuggets. It consisted of items people do not unusually imagine when eating the snack.

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