". . . both dermcidin and the cytokine regulator interleukin (IL)‐37 were both significantly downregulated in the HS specimens.
“These findings suggest regulators of the innate immune response and particularly antimicrobial peptide production may play a role in HS pathogenesis,” Dr. Victoria Shanmugam said.
In the press release, Professor Ågren said: “The most frequent response we had from participants was: ‘where can I buy this fantastic product?.’ Even though it contained no fragrance like conventional deodorants, the participants could identify that it had neutralized any bad odour under the arm where it was applied."
A team of researchers at the University of Washington School of Medicine has recently made the discovery of a powerful new variant of an antimicrobial resistant gene, which shields bacteria from the commonly used hospital antiseptic, chlorhexidine gluconate (CHG)
Results showed the carotenoid-rich tomato nutrient complex helps boost skins resilience to UV-induced erythema formation, and plays a role in reducing the local inflammatory process in the skin by weakening mRNA levels of pro-inflammatory cytokines.
Dr. Michael Marks, an assistant professor at the London School of Health & Tropical Hygiene, U.K., said in a press release: “We know that treating individual cases of scabies is not effective, however, treatment of entire communities has been shown in small community-based trials to substantially reduce cases. Our study demonstrates this can be an effective approach when delivered at a larger scale.”
“For those who spend a lot of time working, exercising or participating in other various activities outdoors, using sunscreen may protect not only against skin cancer, but also against reductions in skin vascular function.”