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30/01/2013 - Teenagers beating sunbed ban
A ban on teenage girls using sunbeds is failing - because girls are determined to get round it, campaigners said today. 1 comments More

23/01/2013 - Gut bacteria linked to eczema
Young children with eczema have a broader range of gut bacteria than others, according to a new study. More

17/01/2013 - Sunbeds deadlier than mid-day sun - study
Sunbeds carry a skin cancer risk twice that of the mid-day Mediterranean sun, researchers warn today. More

31/12/2012 - Cosmetic crackdown call
The cosmetic surgery industry is set to face a crack-down on aggressive marketing techniques, UK government advisers warned today. More

24/10/2012 - New advice outlines the impact of psoriasis
The first clinical guideline on psoriasis is published by the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) today. More

16/10/2012 - Asthma molecule fights skin cancer
High levels of a molecule that is involved in asthma and allergies may help to combat skin cancer, researchers have reported. More

03/10/2012 - Indoor sunbeds linked to three skin cancer types
Further evidence has shown the dangers of using indoor tanning booths, researchers warn today. More

03/08/2012 - Spray-on skin offers hope
Scientists have developed a spray-on skin that can be use to treat wounds, it was announced today. More

29/05/2012 - Aspirin may protect skin
Taking aspirin and ibuprofen may help to protect against skin cancer, it was claimed today. More

01/05/2012 - Women shun sun-screen - survey
Thousands of British women avoid wearing sun-screen when they travel to hot, sunny countries, campaigners warned yesterday. More

28/03/2012 - Herbs for acne?
Teenagers troubled by acne may fare better with herbal treatments than prescriptions, scientists claim today. More

05/01/2012 - Tamoxifen's good side effect
Women who receive treatment for breast cancer may also enjoy some protection against the skin cancer melanoma, according to new findings. More

27/10/2011 - Blue-green hope to beat sunscreen allergy
Swedish researchers are hoping that blue-green algae will yield a "natural" sunscreen that may spare users from skin reactions. More

10/10/2011 - Sleep link for skin genes
British and European researchers have made a major breakthrough in the search for genetic causes of the deadliest skin cancer, melanoma, it was announced last night. More

04/10/2011 - Vitamin D supplements warning
Many people may need to start taking routine supplements of vitamin D as efforts are stepped up to cut skin cancer risk, experts warned today. More

29/08/2011 - New sunburn warning
As Britons hope for a late summer heatwave, experts warned today of the risk of sunburn. More

25/08/2011 - Breastfeeding may not help prevent eczema
New research suggests that extended breastfeeding may not lead to a reduced risk of a child developing the allergic skin problem eczema. More

16/08/2011 - Coffee cream may protect skin
Caffeine-based creams could be developed to help prevent some skin cancers, researchers claimed last night. More

02/08/2011 - Warning on tan spray
Beauty conscious Brits are being sold a fake tanning substance with instructions to spray it up the nose, an official watchdog warned yesterday. More

27/07/2011 - Allergy link to skin conditions
Researchers have found an allergy clue to the skin condition psoriasis - suggesting it may have a lot in common with allergic eczema. More

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