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SKILLMAN, N.J., June 17, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- RoC® Skincare, a pioneer in anti-aging innovation, unveils new data that demonstrates
Medically-focused skin care clinic Allura has announced they will be offering Botox specials during the month of June in celebration of Father’s Day.
The nation's largest provider of private exchanges invites Medicare health plan executives to participate in an interactive webinar on the key elements surrounding private retiree exchanges BROOKFIELD,
Victorian Cosmetic Institute, the ultimate Australian destination for everything cosmetic related, release a wide series of videos informing about the latest trends in the anti-wrinkle cosmetic
M2 Skin Care launches revolutionary Revitalizing Eye Repair Cream. Scottsdale, Arizona (PRWEB) June 11, 2014 M2 Skin Care has just launched its Revitalizing
The true measure of retirement plan success is whether employees are saving enough to have adequate income in retirement. (PRWEB) June 10, 2014 70% of
A protein may be the key to maintaining the health of aging blood stem cells.
Peptides and ingredients to relax and diminish wrinkles, boost collagen and nourish skin are found in the Face Whisperer® products, now on sale.
Twelve years ago, UNC School of Medicine researcher Brian Strahl, PhD, found that a protein called Set2 plays a role in how yeast genes are expressed – specifically how DNA gets transcribed into messenger RNA.
The book is available now on Amazon, entitled "Phytoceramides: Anti-Aging at its Best" by Kathy Heshelow.
Rejuvenation Research is a multidisciplinary peer-reviewed scientific journal published bimonthly by Mary Ann Liebert. As of May 2012, the editor-in-chief is Aubrey de Grey. The main focus of this journal are rejuvenation therapies. It addresses such issues as cardiovascular aging, cell immortalization and senescence, cloning/ESCs, DNA damage/repair, growth factors, immunology, invertebrate lifespan, neurodegeneration, tissue engineering, public policy, gene targeting, gene therapy, and...
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