Navigation Links
Improper Usage Of Sunscreen Can Harm Skin

Researchers at the University of California said in a new study that improper use of sunscreen is dangerous and can damage skin. // Filters used in sunscreen to keep out ultraviolet radiation could cause 'Oxidative Damage' because compounds generated by the UV radiation can harm the skin. One example of a harmful compound is ROS, which causes skin damage and hastens aging process. 'Sunscreens do an excellent job protecting against sunburn when used correctly. This means using a sunscreen with a high sun protection factor and applying it uniformly on the skin,' said Hanson, who is a part of the team at laboratory of Christopher Bardeen, an assistant professor of chemistry at UCR.' 'Our data show, however, that if coverage at the skin surface is low, the UV filters in sunscreens that have penetrated into the epidermis can potentially do more harm than good,' he added. Asia News International quoted him as telling that UV filters are important. 'Another solution may be to mix the UV-filters with antioxidants since antioxidants have been shown to reduce UV-induced ROS levels in the skin.'
RAS
'"/>




Page: 1

Related medicine news :

1. Improperly Placed And Heavy Backpacks Lead To Back Pain In School Children
2. Shanghai Women Don their Bras Improperly
3. American Red Cross Fined $4.2m for Improper Blood Screening
4. Autism Connected to Improper Connections in Brain Cells
5. Tennis Elbow is Not Caused Due to Improperly Sized Tennis Racket Grip
6. Improper Abortions- Kenyan Teenagers At Risk
7. Usage of coil better in brain haemorrhage
8. Oxygen Usage During Exercise Could Indicate Heart Problems
9. The Usage Of Anti-Inflammatory Drugs Questioned
10. Drug Pramipexole Usage Linked To Gambling Addiction In Parkinsons Patients
11. Generic Drugs Usage In US Can Save $20 Billion – Express Script Surve
Post Your Comments:
*Name:
*Comment:
*Email:


(Date:2/11/2016)... Washington, DC (PRWEB) , ... February 11, 2016 ... ... announce an upcoming Feb. 23 webinar, “Intel’s Direct-to-Employee Benefit Model: A Case Study ... a not-for-profit Catholic health care system that’s partnering with Intel on value-based health ...
(Date:2/11/2016)... Mount Laurel, NJ (PRWEB) , ... February 11, ... ... Commission) announces the call for nominations seeking candidates for the Board of Commissioners. ... individuals with passion, skills and experience with diversity of clinical practice settings and ...
(Date:2/11/2016)... ... , ... PharmMD CEO Robert Yeager announced today ... contract negotiations, corporate strategy and healthcare data law. Additional responsibilities will include healthcare ... breaches for the Part D Star Rating improvement and Medication Therapy Management firm. ...
(Date:2/11/2016)... ... 11, 2016 , ... Greenfield Insurance Group in Orange City, ... the people of their local community. The agency pledges to select a new ... hope is to bring awareness to important local causes with fundraising and other ...
(Date:2/11/2016)... (PRWEB) , ... February 11, 2016 , ... ... and updated its hallmark resource, Infusion Therapy Standards of Practice, to include vascular ... vein illumination with an estimated 85% share of the market, facilitates adherence to ...
Breaking Medicine News(10 mins):
(Date:2/11/2016)... YORK , Feb. 11, 2016 ... instruments commonly used in laboratories. These may range from ... condensers. Laboratory glassware is made from borosilicate glass because ... Laboratory plasticware, on the other hand, started gaining popularity ... it was easier to replace glass with plastic in ...
(Date:2/11/2016)... Feb. 11, 2016   Health 2.0 , the ... health technologies, announced today " 10 Year Global Retrospective ... tech over the past ten years.   ... decade, Health 2.0 has served as the preeminent thought-leader ... with thousands of technologies, companies, innovators, and patient-activists through ...
(Date:2/11/2016)... , Feb. 11, 2016 AAIPharma Services ... of custom manufacturing and development services for the ... fill-finish capabilities and capacity in its ... demand has driven several recent investments. ... had one filling line with small-scale lyophilization. The ...
Breaking Medicine Technology: