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24/11/2009 - Skin bugs may fight allergy
Scientists may have identified bacteria that could help treat skin conditions caused by allergy and inflammation. More

16/11/2009 - Call for cosmetic surgery ad crack down
Two for one offers and surgical holidays are placing people who want to look better at "great risk", experts warn today. More

13/11/2009 - Child risk from sunbeds warning
Rates of sunbed use among children are surprisingly high, campaigners warned today. More

30/10/2009 - Allergic reaction does not rule out future vaccines
Experts say that children who have an allergic reaction to one vaccine should be examined and might be able to have other vaccines. More

15/10/2009 - Silver may be waste of money - for leg ulcers
Hospitals may be wasting money on expensive silver dressings for leg ulcers - when ordinary dressings would be just as good, British researchers have reported. More

09/10/2009 - Fish boost for allergy
Eating fish may be one of the best ways of reducing the impact of allergies, experts have reported. More

14/09/2009 - Vitamin C may prevent skin damage
Vitamin C can help repair the skin and heal wounds, British researchers have claimed. More

30/07/2009 - Sunbeds cause cancer - official
Sunbeds joined radon gas and tobacco yesterday as an official cause of cancer. More

23/07/2009 - Anti-hair loss machines for Leeds cancer patients
Cancer patients treated at St James's Institute of Oncology, Leeds, UK, are likely to benefit from the installation of machines to help reduce hair loss. More

10/07/2009 - Skin gene linked to allergy risk
New research has linked allergies such as eczema, rhinitis, and asthma to a specific gene. More

07/07/2009 - Mole genes found
Australian researchers have found two genes linked to the development of moles on the skin - and to the deadliest form of skin cancer. More

22/06/2009 - Sunbeds not for teens - radiation experts
Sunbed companies may face tough regulation after a government advisory body warned of the cancer risk from their use. More

26/05/2009 - Alarm at skin cancer spread
Experts have issued a new warning about the hazards of the sun after cases of the deadly skin cancer, melanoma, jumped by six per cent last year. More

19/05/2009 - Hope for asthma prevention
A scientific breakthrough, reported last night, may offer hope of preventing asthma in thousands of children who show early symptoms of allergy. More

18/05/2009 - Coral that may save skin
A coral found in the Red Sea may hold the key to a powerful new treatment for skin cancer, researchers have reported. More

13/05/2009 - Skin cancer discoveries offer hope
Scientists in the US have discovered a "superfamily" of molecules that are linked to the development and spread of the most dangerous form for skin cancer, melanoma. More

04/05/2009 - Allergy tongue treatment backed
Under-the-tongue allergy treatments are effective and should be used more widely, say experts. More

21/04/2009 - Skin link to diabetes
The skin disease psoriasis may be linked to diabetes and other health problems - at least for women, researchers reported last night. More

07/04/2009 - Gene that drives melanoma
A single gene mutation is responsible for more than two thirds of cases of the deadly skin cancer melanoma, British researchers reported last night. More

01/04/2009 - Skin allergy trigger in shampoo and soap
The rate of allergy to a common ingredient of shampoos, conditioners and soap is much higher than previously thought, a researcher has reported. More

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