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  1. Vitamin A and Skin Cancer: Can Getting Enough Reduce Your Risk?

    Vitamin A and Skin Cancer: Can Getting Enough Reduce Your Risk?

    Vitamin A is an important nutrient that helps our bodies grow and develop. Even in adulthood, it provides far-reaching benefits, helping to keep our reproductive systems, eyes and skin healthy. Getting sufficient amounts of vitamin A helps skin retain its smooth, youthful appearance, but until recently, it wasn't known to provide any additional benefits to skin health. New studies suggest...
  2. Skin Health and Disease: Could Moisturizing Your Skin Reduce Your Risk?

    Skin Health and Disease: Could Moisturizing Your Skin Reduce Your Risk?

    In order to study how skin health and disease are related, researchers had to first understand why disease causes us to experience inflammation. When it comes to physical injuries, inflammation is a necessary part of the healing process because it builds a buffer around the wound to protect it. Even though we try to reduce the swelling around the wound, it's...
  3. Black Pepper Extract Benefits: Boost Nutrient Absorption and More

    Black Pepper Extract Benefits: Boost Nutrient Absorption and More

    The black pepper plant produces a unique fruit that is harvested and used to create black pepper, a substance used all over the world daily. In fact, many people add black pepper to their foods so frequently that they don't even think about it. This has made it one of the most valued spices in the world for generations. After harvesting, the...
  4. Diet and Skin Health: Eating Your Way to Radiant Skin

    Diet and Skin Health: Eating Your Way to Radiant Skin

    There are many benefits to eating healthy, but recent research has linked diet and skin health, indicating the foods we eat affect our skin. Your Dietary Practices May Influence the Condition of Your Skin Crash diets, also known as fad diets, do more harm than good for a number of reasons. Primarily, they represent temporary fixes to a long-term problem...
  5. Using Probiotics for Eczema Can Help Heal Your Skin

    Using Probiotics for Eczema Can Help Heal Your Skin

    Eczema is a bothersome and often uncomfortable inflammatory skin disease, also known as dermatitis. There are several different types of eczema, but the most common type is atopic dermatitis. An estimated 31.6 million people in the United States alone suffer from eczema. The condition is more common in children; in fact, up to 15 percent of all children will experience temporary...
  6. Curcumin Shows Promise for Keeping Skin and Cells Healthy

    Curcumin Shows Promise for Keeping Skin and Cells Healthy

    Curcumin is the bioactive chemical in turmeric root, and is best known for its bright yellow color. This chemical has much more to offer than its distinctive color; there are also numerous health benefits of curcumin, including a variety that have just been discovered over the last few years. Here are some of the most important findings regarding this powerful...
  7. New Link Between Lutein and Inflammation Hints at Heart Health Benefits

    New Link Between Lutein and Inflammation Hints at Heart Health Benefits

    Heart disease is the leading cause of early death; it is estimated that over 17 million people die from heart disease every year. The rates of heart disease are on the rise; experts believe that by 2030, over 23 million people will die of heart disease yearly. One of the most common forms of heart disease is known as coronary...
  8. Sunscreen and Vitamin D Deficiency Linked, Says New Study

    Sunscreen and Vitamin D Deficiency Linked, Says New Study

    If you are like many modern people, you spend much of your life avoiding the sun. We all have heard about the links between ultraviolet light exposure and skin cancer. As a result, even sun worshipers now take precautions to protect their skin from these harmful rays. We wear sunscreen on a daily basis and cover ourselves with hats and...
  9. Nourish Your Skin from the Inside Out with These Top Nutrients for Skin Health

    Nourish Your Skin from the Inside Out with These Top Nutrients for Skin Health

    With spring and summer approaching, many people will be showing more skin than ever before. Parkas and hats will soon be traded for sundresses and shorts. The switch to warm weather also means that our skin will be exposed to elements such as the sun and wind more than in cold weather months. In addition, our environment is filled with...
  10. Solid Link Between Psoriasis and Vitamin D Offers Hope for New Treatment Options

    Solid Link Between Psoriasis and Vitamin D Offers Hope for New Treatment Options

    People who suffer from autoimmune skin disease may find new hope in treatment options, as new research shows a link between psoriasis and vitamin D levels. Psoriasis is a common skin problem, affecting 125 million people worldwide. This means that approximately one to three percent of the population has this devastating skin disorder and deal with the accompanying pain, thickened skin and...

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