Trial into skin collection of babies blood chemistry seeks to replace invasive sampling

Scientists at the University of Strathclyde are researching a system to measure and monitor blood chemistry levels in premature and sick babies through their skin, which if successful, could eventually replace the need for invasive blood tests. When babies are born early or sick there is a medical need to track levels of electrolytes such as glucose, lactate, sodium and […]

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EltaMD Just Launched a New Sunscreen for Sensitive Skin, and My Sandpaper-Dry Skin Loves It

Beauty editors aren't the only ones who rave about EltaMD's UV Clear Broad-Spectrum SPF 46. Derms and aestheticians both sing its skin-protecting, redness-reducing praises on the regular — so much so that it can be challenging to find a sunscreen-related story on this site that doesn't mention the sacred UV shield. It's simply that good. So, you can imagine the […]

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