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02/04/2014 - Living alone aggravates skin cancer risk
Men who live alone face the greatest risk from the skin cancer melanoma, according to a new study. More

07/01/2014 - Children needed for £1m silk trial
A £1 million clinical trial is being launched in the UK to establish if specialist silk clothing helps to ease eczema in children. More

04/11/2013 - Blood test for skin cancer spread
A simple blood test could be used to monitor patients with the skin cancer melanoma and ensure the disease has not spread, British researchers reveal today. More

22/10/2013 - Cloning hope for hair loss treatment
Cloned human cells can be used to treat loss of hair, British researchers reported today. More

21/10/2013 - Tanning gene cancer risk
A gene which helps white people achieve a tan may place men at risk of cancer, researchers have revealed. More

13/09/2013 - Skin treatment risk for pregnancy
Pregnant women with skin conditions may face a small risk to their babies because of the steroid-based creams they use, researchers warned yesterday. More

10/09/2013 - Sleep problem for cancer patients
People with serious sleep disorder may fare badly if they get skin cancer, according to a new study. More

21/08/2013 - Men face extra skin cancer risk
Men are much more vulnerable to skin cancer than women, according to an alarming analysis published today. More

02/08/2013 - New fish oil cancer hope
Fish oils could provide a treatment for some kinds of skin and mouth cancer, researchers reported yesterday. More

02/08/2013 - Ultrasound patches to treat ulcers
Researchers have developed ultrasound patches to treat the venous ulcers that afflict thousands of patients. More

22/07/2013 - Skin cancer survival rising
Survival from the skin cancer melanoma has risen sharply in the last 40 years, new figures show. More

19/07/2013 - Eczema’s ‘key role’ in infant allergies
Eczema may play a key role in why some infants develop food allergies, a new study has suggested. More

24/06/2013 - Public using sun-burn to tan
Large numbers of people see sun-burn as a way to get a better tan, campaigners warned today. More

10/06/2013 - Gene finding offers skin cancer hope
New genetic discoveries may help scientists design drugs to stop the skin cancer melanoma spreading, it was announced last night. More

02/05/2013 - Penicillin can ease leg cellulitis
Low-dose penicillin can help to reduce repeat episodes of leg cellulitis, researchers reported last night. More

30/04/2013 - Borage oil does not help eczema
Evening primrose oil and borage oil offer little, or no, benefit for people with eczema, according to a report out today. More

04/04/2013 - Baldness link to heart disease
Men who lose the hair on the top of their head may face an increased risk of developing heart disease, researchers warned today. More

12/03/2013 - Aspirin helps prevent skin cancer
Women who take regular doses of aspirin seem to enjoy some protection against skin cancer, researchers revealed yesterday. More

05/03/2013 - Obesity skin cancer link in genes
British researchers have found a puzzling link between a tendency to obesity and to develop skin cancer. More

28/02/2013 - Fish oil may protect skin
Fish oil may give protection against skin cancer, British researchers say. More

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