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Below are the previous issues of our newsletters.
Jan 22, 2003, 23:19
May 20, 2004 Issue
This issue, we will have discussions on the topic of skin color with vitiligo, patchy loss of color of skin and melasma, mask of pregnancy. Other discoloration of the skin will be discuss. We also have the new feature now allow you to discuss the articles you read.
May 20, 2004, 22:12
April 24, 2004 Issue
In this issue, we are featuring articles discussing various skin conditions including excessive sweating, eczema, dermatosis, seborrheic dermatitis, and facial wrinkes.
Apr 24, 2004, 01:13
June 20, 2003 Issue - Skin Care Basics
We are excited about the series of articles for this month. Dr. Rick Lin and Dr. Dan Ladd had prepared a series of articles on the subject of skin moisturization. These articles reviewed the basic mechanics of moisturization for your skin and provided some useful suggestions.
Jun 20, 2003, 07:42
June 5, 2003 Issue
Newsletter for June 4, 2003. This issue, we are featuring the topics on hair care such as dandruff, hair loss, hair breakage and other hair related topics. Also included are discussions on proper moisturization of skin.
Jun 5, 2003, 02:48
May 13, 2003 Issue
Newsletter for May 13, 2003. This month we feature the newly established discussion board and various new articles featuring Sun Protection, Brittle Nails, Hair care, and more!!!
May 13, 2003, 13:57
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