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May 13, 2003 Issue
By Staff
May 13, 2003, 13:57

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This month, we would like to announce the establishment of our discussion forum community.  It is going to allow our visitor to participate in our growth and provide a place for idea exchange about skin care products, skin care, and other concerns in general.

Please be sure to visit our discussion forum at

This Issue of our newsletter, we are going to focus on sun protection, skin cancer detection, female patter hairloss and brittle nails condition.  Please feel free to post your feedback at our discussion forum.

Please Read Our Recently Published Articles

Common Beauty Myths
Every generation seems to live and die by its own set of beauty myths. Considering how hungry women are for some hard-and-fast rules about holding onto their looks, who can blame them for buying into these myths? Here are 10 of them and some help in separating fact from fiction.

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Brittle Splitting Nails
Onychoschizia or splitting of the fingernails is a common problem seen by dermatologists. The term onychoschizia includes splitting, brittle, soft or thin nails. Onychoschizia is more common in women.

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Preventing Sun Damage
Simple Guidelines To Protect You From The Sun

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Skin Cancer Detection
One of every three cancers diagnosed in the United States this year will be skin cancer, for a total of more than 700,000 new cases. The risk is greatest is summer, because ultraviolet rays from the sun are the main cause of skin cancer.

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Female Pattern Hair Loss
The most common type of hair loss seen in women is androgenetic alopecia, also known as female pattern alopecia. Alopecia means baldness, but just as in men, it does not have to be complete hair loss...

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Do not forget to joing to forum to as our resident dermatologist for questions.  You can ask Dr. Rick at

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