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The Long-Term Psychological Effects of Having Acne as a Teen

Women specifically reported greater impairment in their quality of life, and showed more symptoms than men.
Jesse Hicks
10.24.18
Asking for a friend

How Screwed Am I From Bad Sunburns I Got as a Kid?

About one in five Americans will develop skin cancer during their lifetime.
Nick Keppler
3.28.18
Skincare

The False Promises on Moisturizer Labels

Most 'hypoallergenic' lotions have at least one allergen.
Nick Keppler
9.7.17
Home Lab

Here’s a Rasta Ode to Cucumbers

You heard us.
Samantha Lefave
8.3.17
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Yogurt Is Good for More Than Just Eating

Could it be the answer to your dandruff problem?
Samantha Lefave
7.21.17
You're Smarter Than That

Wrinkle Creams Don't Prevent Wrinkles

“In 25 years, I’ve never seen a real wrinkle or fold repaired with a cream.”
Kristen Dold
6.30.17
Home Lab

Ginger is the Root for Good Health

Skin, stomach, joints...ginger wants to help you all over.
Samantha Lefave
6.20.17
Asking for a friend

Swimming After You Get Tatted May Not End Well

A recent tragedy could have the freshly inked reconsidering their vacation plans.
Nick Keppler
6.16.17
Feeling the Burn

Sunscreen Sold in the US Prevents Burns But Not Necessarily Cancer

A new report points to some problematic truths about SPF.
Amber Brenza
5.24.17
Feeling the Burn

Scientists Are Trying to Make Sunscreen Way Less Annoying

They'd like it to be as easy as swallowing a pill.
Denny Watkins
5.15.17
It's Science

Researchers Have a New Explanation for Adult Acne

Smarter ways of treating it could also be on the way.
Jesse Hicks
4.5.17
Asking for a friend

How Bad Is It to Leave Sweaty Gym Clothes On For Hours?

Have fun explaining that rash.
Austin Williams
3.27.17