The Game Leather and Skin Products report makes available a thoughtful overview on product specification, technology, product type, and production analysis considering major factors such as revenue, costs and gross margin. The report is sure to offer a brilliant solution to the challenges and problems faced by the skin andRead More →

“Actually, I saw that with the global financial crisis. So when the GFC hit, I saw a ton of people with really bad eczema and psoriasis,” See says. She says many people missed in-person appointments at the height of the pandemic. “were [now] see a lot of people saying “IRead More →

There’s always a time in every season when my skin decides to give me trouble, no matter what time of year. It could be due to a sudden change in the weather, the stress of an impending work deadline, or simply arriving home after a long trip. If you’re inRead More →

Understanding the links between atopic dermatitis and asthma, as well as recognizing the triggers, can help manage both conditions. Atopic dermatitis is an inflammatory skin condition that affects approximately 20% of children worldwide. Many cases resolve on their own during early childhood or adolescence, but until 40% of people withRead More →

The anti-acne cosmetics market is expected to exceed $7 billion by 2031, from $2.8 billion in 2021 at a CAGR of 9.5% in the coming years, i.e., 2021- 2031. PHILADELPHIA, UNITED STATES, Feb. 16, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Fatpos Global released a report titled “Anti-Acne Cosmetics Market – Market Size, ShareRead More →

An autoimmune disease occurs when your immune system mistakenly attacks healthy tissue. Depending on the tissue affected, this can lead to various symptoms. In autoimmune adrenalitis, the immune system attacks the adrenal glands. This can cause a condition called primary adrenal insufficiency or Addison’s disease. Below, we’ll take a closerRead More →

The findings of German researchers support the idea that overactive immune cells in the brain may have a protective effect in neurodegenerative diseases. Experts from the Deutsches Zentrum für Neurodegenerative Erkrankungen (DZNE), Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München (LMU) and LMU Klinikum München talk about it in the scientific magazine The EMBO newspaper. ScientistsRead More →

Previous story: The new security requirements of our hybrid work future Next story: Blackstone Acquires Majority Stake in ASK Investment Managers, India’s Leading Asset and Wealth Management Company Artificial intelligence meets skincare in new Dermalogica Smart Response Serum to address specific micro-skin concerns in real time Posted on February 14,Read More →

The European Commission said on February 9 that it was taking legal action against 15 member states to step up the prevention and management of invasive alien species. According to the Commission, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, France, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovenia and Slovakia nRead More →

the acne treatment market was rated at $5,383.05 million in 2019 and should register a CAGR of 5.03% during the forecast period from 2020 to 2027. Market dynamics Acne treatment involves the use of a variety of medications and ointments to lighten the tone of the affected areas. A well-balancedRead More →

(INDIANAPOLIS) — A veteran Indianapolis reporter is now using her storytelling skills in a different way. Andrea Morehead-Allen has teamed up with her father to write a children’s book. Their goal: to address bullying issues through diversity and inclusion. The children’s book is called “The Brightest Star”. The main characterRead More →

Times Watchdog stories dig deep to hold power accountable, right wrongs and create change. This work is made possible by the Seattle Times Investigative Journalism Fund. Donate today to support watchdog journalism in our community. This story was produced in partnership with ProPublica’s Local Reporting Network. The Monroe School DistrictRead More →

Hyderabad: Cyberabad Police rescued 461 children including 81 girls in January as part of the police station-wide ‘Operation Smile – VIII’ campaign. As instructed by the Ministry of Interior, the police had formed nine Operation Smile teams in the three areas which work throughout the year to rescue children fromRead More →

In the United States, corporate facilities routinely release toxic chemicals, including heavy metals, into the surrounding land, air, and water, sometimes unbeknownst to nearby people. Historic industrial communities are plagued by dangerous pollution, and sadly, Connecticut has hundreds of potential and known hazardous waste sites that need to be cleanedRead More →

Exposing your skin to cold temperatures can lead to frostbite, but how long does it take to set in? (Getty) (NEXSTAR) – Being outside in the cold can not only be uncomfortable, but it can also be dangerous. Prolonged exposure to cold temperatures can, in some cases, lead to frostbite.Read More →

The omicron variant that started in South Africa has now taken over almost every country on the globe. Its symptoms are slightly different from those of covid-19 and therefore more difficult to spot. The highly transmissible mutant variant has led to an increase in cases, raising the risk of anotherRead More →

Facial plethora involves swelling and redness of the face. It is a symptom of another condition, rather than a condition itself. It happens when blood flow to your face increases. It can also happen when the amount of blood in your body increases. The underlying causes of facial plethora varyRead More →

A bad dye job is bad enough on its own, but an itchy, irritating allergic reaction is even worse. And people who become allergic to hair dyes can develop reactions to many other common substances, turning a simple cosmetic treatment into a big deal. Today, researchers who report in ACSRead More →

Darcey On October 4, 2021, Hugh Chatham welcomed Dr. Jaqueline Darcey, Internal Medicine Physician, to Hugh Chatham Medical Group. Dr. Darcey brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to every patient encounter, and is now based at Hugh Chatham Internal Medicine, the newest practice to open within the medical group.Read More →

Wearable technology is everywhere. If you’re looking around your office or classroom, at a family gathering, or at a workout class, someone’s probably wearing a smartwatch, fitness tracker, or other electronic device that can detect , to monitor and analyze the signals of his body. Activity trackers are particularly popular,Read More →

When Allie Egan started having severe dry patches, her dermatologist’s diagnosis was contact dermatitis. Despite treatment, the patches never went away – until, years later, a hormone workup for a fertility test revealed a form of hypothyroidism called Hashimoto’s disease, which, it turned out, was a cause not only ofRead More →