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26/02/2016 - Warning over steam inhalation treatment for children
Children are at risk of burns if they undergo steam inhalation to relieve the symptoms of respiratory tract infection and congestion, specialists warned today. More

09/02/2016 - Sun exposure has risks and benefits - guidance
Public health campaigns on the risks of sun exposure need to emphasise potential benefits, according to guidelines published today. More

13/01/2016 - Hopes for river blindness vaccine
Scientists working on a vaccine against river blindness, or onchocerciasis, have identified three potential vaccine compounds that could offer protection, it was announced yesterday. More

20/10/2015 - Right arm for melanoma risk checks
Counting moles on the right arm may be a good way of identifying patients at risk of melanoma, according to British researchers. More

20/10/2015 - Eczema genes highlight immune factors
New genetic findings about eczema continue to highlight the role of the immune system in the disease, British researchers said last night. More

12/10/2015 - Antioxidants found to increase malignant melanoma development
Antioxidants can double the rate of melanoma metastasis in mice, adding further weight to the belief that the molecules can increase the development of some cancers, according to new findings. More

13/07/2015 - Ultrasound may ease pressure sores
Low intensity ultrasound could help speed healing of skin ulcers, British researchers revealed today. More

02/07/2015 - Wounds may aggravate cancer
Wounds may aggravate the growth of the skin cancer melanoma, researchers warned yesterday. More

01/07/2015 - Gene hope for chronic wounds
Swedish researchers are hoping to develop a genetic treatment for chronic wounds that fail to heal. More

22/05/2015 - Skin rife with mutations - scientists
As much as 25% of the skin of middle-aged people may contain cancer-linked mutations, researchers said last night. More

07/04/2015 - Elderly face growing melanoma risk
Cases of melanoma among the elderly have increased nearly ten-fold in 40 years as the impact of Mediterranean package holidays is felt, it has been revealed. More

01/10/2014 - World highlight on hives
Experts today call for more focus on the skin condition urticaria - also known as hives. More

30/09/2014 - Combinations set to revolutionise melanoma care
New combination treatments for melanoma halve the risk of the disease progressing, researchers have told a European conference. More

21/08/2014 - Scientists search for Marley cancer genetic clues
British scientists are starting to unlock the genetic secrets of the skin cancer that killed reggae star Bob Marley, it was announced yesterday. More

20/08/2014 - Brits at risk of sunburn
Too many Britons believe a tan protects them from the effects of the sun, campaigners warn today. More

14/08/2014 - Skin clue to heart disease secrets
A new project will discover the secrets of an inherited heart condition that threatens thousands of people, researchers hope. More

26/06/2014 - New hope to tackle melanoma
British researchers may have found a new way to tackle the skin cancer, melanoma, and prevent it spreading round the body, it was announced yesterday. More

12/06/2014 - Sunscreen won't eliminate cancer risk - study
Sunscreen on its own is not enough to protect the skin from cancer, British researchers warned last night. More

09/06/2014 - Children burned on sunbeds - despite ban
Youngsters are still getting burned from using sunbeds, despite a ban on under-18s, a conference will be told today. More

22/04/2014 - Skin cancer rates soar
Rates of the most serious skin cancer in the UK have increased by more than five times in the last 40 years ago, according to figures published yesterday. More

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