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Hollywood skin guru denies trying to have rival killed

A Hollywood skin-care expert boasting celebrity clients including Jennifer Aniston and Nicki Minaj pleaded not guilty Wednesday to plotting to have a business rival killed.

Hollywood skin guru denies trying to have rival killed
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Cancer drug Xeloda linked to severe skin reactions: official

A drug used to treat advanced breast and colorectal cancers has been linked to sometimes fatal skin reactions in patients, its Swiss manufacturer and Canadian health officials said Wednesday.

Cancer drug Xeloda linked to severe skin reactions: official
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Hugh Jackman reveals treated for skin cancer

Australian actor Hugh Jackman revealed Thursday that he had been treated for skin cancer, posting a picture of himself with a plaster on his nose.

Hugh Jackman reveals treated for skin cancer
'Dark is Beautiful' movement takes on unfair India
'Dark is Beautiful' movement takes on unfair India

Looking to find a husband, make friends, and get ahead at work? Then you need to have lighter skin. That's the all-pervasive message in India.

'Dark is Beautiful' movement takes on unfair India
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Science gets a grip on finger wrinkles

Getting pruney fingers from soaking in the bath is an evolutionary advantage, for it helps us get a better grip on objects under water.

Science gets a grip on finger wrinkles
Kazakhstan scientists tested artificial skin on patients

Kazakhstan biotechnologists have tested the innovative method of artificial skin for treatment of burns and non-healing wounds on patients.

Kazakhstan scientists tested artificial skin on patients
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Scientists treat ulcers with 'spray-on skin'

Scientists said Friday they had developed a revolutionary "spray-on skin" treatment for venous leg ulcers -- a common ailment involving a shallow, open and stubborn wound on the ankle or lower leg.

Scientists treat ulcers with 'spray-on skin'
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Sunbed tanning kills 800 in Europe every year: study

Sunbed users run a 20 percent higher risk than non-users of developing skin cancer, according to a report that blamed some 800 melanoma deaths in Europe every year on indoor tanning.

Sunbed tanning kills 800 in Europe every year: study

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