Clear Link Between Sleep Deprivation and Skin Aging

Researchers evaluated the skin and the sleep habits of 60 premenopausal women between the ages of 30 and 49. Half of them suffered from poor quality sleep. The researchers evaluated the participants’ skin using the SCINEXA skin aging system and found that the women who had poor sleep had older-looking skin, evidenced by fine lines, uneven pigmentation, looser skin, and a reduction in skin elasticity. The higher the SCINEXA score, the more aged the skin appears.


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Phthalate Concentrations Increase Risk of Diabetes

Researchers analyzed phthalate concentration in the urine of 2,350 women who participated in the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey. They controlled the sample for socio-demographic, dietary, and behavioral factors, and sure enough, the higher the concentration of phthalates, the more likely the woman was to have diabetes.


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New Topical Immunotherapy Effective Against Early Skin Cancer

Researchers found a way to reduce actinic keratosis lesions on the face by 88% (compared to just 26% in the control group), scalp lesions by 76% (compared to just 6%), right arm lesions by 69% (versus 10%), and left arm lesions by 79% (versus 16%).


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