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To stop biting nails, peeling skin and pulling out hair, new research suggests a simple technique

For people who can’t stop biting their nails or picking at their skin, a new study suggests a simple technique could help. Body-focused repetitive behaviors of compulsive pulling or pinching of hair or skin, unable to stop even as the behavior leads to scabs, scars and balding spots affect about 5 percent of people worldwide, …

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Aerobic and resistance training affect skin aging differently

According to a new study published in Nature science reportswhile both aerobic and resistance exercise improve some aspects of skin aging, only the latter is able to increase skin thickness [1]. Exercise and skin an overlooked connection The skin is the largest organ of the human body and provides a barrier that protects us from …

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