• Most dermatologists agree this is the one thing that can reverse signs of ageing - but one doctor says we're being led into the unknown

    11 days ago - By Business Insider

    Most dermatologists agree that retinol helps to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
    It was once difficult to get hold of topical retinol products without a prescription or paying for high-end cosmeceutical products.
    But there's now a booming market of derivatives of vitamin A available in varying strengths over the counter.
    Business Insider spoke to Mervyn Patterson, a cosmetic doctor at Woodford Medical, who says they are being marketed in an irresponsible way.
    He says that the industry is taking us into 'a mass experimentation of the population.'
    He shared a number of...
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  • Malaysia's king says he'll take a 10% pay cut as citizens crowdfund $15 million to help pay off the nation's staggering debt

    Malaysia's king says he'll take a 10% pay cut as citizens crowdfund $15 million to help pay off the nation's staggering debt

    11 days ago - By Chron

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    Malaysia's king will take a 10% cut to his salary and emoluments to help the government pay off a $251 billion debt.
    The king made the decision after citizens crowdfunded more than $15 million towards the debt.
    Malaysia's new government, elected last month, discovered the "staggering" debt after taking office.
    The former prime minister is suspected of being under investigation for financial scandals.
    Malaysia's king has offered to take a pay cut as the country grapples with a surprise national debt of $251 billion.
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  • Malaysia's king says he'll take a 10% pay cut as citizens crowdfund $15 million to help pay off the nation's staggering debt

    Malaysia's king says he'll take a 10% pay cut as citizens crowdfund $15 million to help pay off the nation's staggering debt

    11 days ago - By Business Insider

    Malaysia's king will take a 10% cut to his salary and emoluments to help the government pay off a $251 billion debt.
    The king made the decision after citizens crowdfunded more than $15 million towards the debt.
    Malaysia's new government, elected last month, discovered the "staggering" debt after taking office.
    The former prime minister is suspected of being under investigation for financial scandals.
    Malaysia's king has offered to take a pay cut as the country grapples with a surprise national debt of $251 billion.
    Yang di-Pertuan Agong XV Sultan Muhammad V said he will take a 10% cut to...
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  • Malaysia's king says he'll take a 10% pay cut as citizens crowdfund $15 million to help pay off the nation's staggering debt

    Malaysia's king says he'll take a 10% pay cut as citizens crowdfund $15 million to help pay off the nation's staggering debt

    11 days ago - By Business Insider

    Malaysia's king will take a 10% cut to his salary and emoluments to help the government pay off a $251 billion debt.
    The king made the decision after citizens crowdfunded more than $15 million towards the debt.
    Malaysia's new government, elected last month, discovered the "staggering" debt after taking office.
    The former prime minister is suspected of being under investigation for financial scandals.
    Malaysia's king has offered to take a pay cut as the country grapples with a surprise national debt of $251 billion.
    Yang di-Pertuan Agong XV Sultan Muhammad V said he will take a 10% cut to...
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