Body News

Sainani, Kristin
March 2009
Allure;Mar2009, Vol. 19 Issue 3, p122
This section offers health-related news briefs. A study by dermatologists at the University of Michigan found that photodynamic therapy can repair some signs of aging from sun damage. There is a possibility that common nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs can lower breast-cancer risk. A study led by Caroline Calil of the University of Campinas in Brazil found that bad breath is common in women when they have their monthly periods.


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