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Your Zits Are Actually Keeping You Young

(Photo: B2M Productions/Getty Images) By Ashley Weatherford Acne is a drag, but in 20 years or so, you might come to appreciate your blemish-checkered face. This hinges on new research published in the Journal of Investigative Dermatology, which suggests that acne sufferers are more likely to have longer telomeres, a protective component of DNA strands. Related: 12 Women on Their Best Acne Home Remedies Telomere length has long been associated with the aging process.
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