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ROCHESTER, Minn., Feb. 25, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Preventice, Inc., a leading developer of mobile health systems, announced today that it will collaborate with Mayo Clinic to introduce health applications based on cloud computing and mobile phone technology.
Preventative tips may help minimize risks NEW ORLEANS, Feb.
"Substances that appear at first glance to be harmless can cause allergic reactions since skin enzymes may help to form new, allergenic substances from them, giving rise to dermatitis and other skin problems.
'Pruritic nodules' are small lumps under the skin that cause itching and which, according to some studies, can remain for several years.
What happens to sunscreens when they are exposed to sunlight?
The fragrances used in many household and skincare products can cause contact allergy when exposed to oxygen in the air.
Scientists are reporting development of a fast, simple, inexpensive method for determining whether chemicals in consumer products and workplaces may cause skin allergies in people -- a method that does not involve use of animals.
Dermatologists can help identify allergens linked to this skin condition MIAMI, March 4 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Itchy irritated skin can leave some people scratching their heads trying to determine the cause of this bothersome condition.
Scientists of Helmholtz Zentrum MÃ¼nchen and the Center of Allergy and Environment (ZAUM) of Technische UniversitÃ¤t MÃ¼nchen have discovered a new type of immune cells - the Th22 cells - which can protect the body against inflammation and aid in tissue repair.
Health groups, nurses meet with Johnson & Johnson to discuss toxic ingredients SAN FRANCISCO, Sept.
Grevillea banksii is a small shrub species from the Proteaceae family. It is referred to by several common names, such as the Red silky oak, Dwarf silky oak, Banks' grevillea, and Byfield waratah. Its name is comes from Robert Brown who named and classified the plant. G. banksii is a tall spreading shrub or small tree. It may grow up to 23 feet high. It has pinnate leaves (alternating leaflets on opposite sides of its stem) with deeply divided segments. These segments are 2 to 4 inches in...
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