Lifestyle factors and visible skin aging in a population of Japanese elders

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Asakura, K ; Nishiwaki, Y ; Milojevic, A ; Michikawa, T ; Kikuchi, Y ; Nakano, M ; Iwasawa, S ; Hillebrand, G ; Miyamoto, K ; Ono, M ; Kinjo, Y ; Akiba, S ; Takebayashi, T (2009)
  • Publisher: Japan Epidemiological Association
  • Journal: Journal of Epidemiology, volume 19, issue 5, pages 251-259 (issn: 0917-5040, eissn: 1349-9092)
  • Related identifiers: pmc: PMC3924128, doi: 10.2188/jea.JE20090031
  • Subject: Original Article | Japan | quantitative method | older adults | skin aging | Others | lifestyle

BACKGROUND: The number of studies that use objective and quantitative methods to evaluate facial skin aging in elderly people is extremely limited, especially in Japan. Therefore, in this cross-sectional study we attempted to characterize the condition of facial skin (h... View more
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