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Preadolescent acne: the better we can identify cutaneous microbiota, the better the treatment will be

Identifying prepubescent children’s cutaneous microbiota may change how we treat their acne, an American study suggests.   Adolescents are not the only ones to suffer from acne; some adults and three-quarters of prepubescent children are also affected. Unlike adolescents and adults, for w...
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Living at altitude changes the composition of the skin

Although we know that the diversity of the cutaneous microbiota is influenced in part by the environment, we don’t know the effect of altitude on that ecosystem.   Living at very high altitude exposes the skin to extreme conditions: low atmospheric pressure, lack of oxygen, increased expo...
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Cutaneous microbiota subject to radiation from mobile phones

The electromagnetic waves emitted by mobile phones may disrupt the skin’s microbial ecosystem, according to the results of a study published in the Journal of Microbiology.   Mobile phones and other electronic devices have invaded our everyday lives, to such an extent that we would be har...
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