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Study Reveals Some Really Good News For Acne Sufferers

Pimples have generally been considered one of the worst emblems of youth, but teens with zits may turn out to be the ultimate winners as research has discovered that the skin of those with acne tends to look younger longer. Scientists at King’s College London report that people who have previously suffered from acne have longer telomeres in their white blood cells compared to those with perfect skin.
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