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Why better care of aging skin matters by Warren J. Winkelman, MD, MBA, PhD, FRCPC, FAAD; Staci Brandt, MBA, MSMR, PA-C; and S. Jay Olshansky, PhD

Our skin is the largest organ-an elastic and durable, yet soft and supple, covering known as the integumentary system. The skin serves as a bacterial shield, a thermal regulator and a window into our health. Thus, the level at which skin is restored, maintained and rejuvenated throughout the aging process may correlate to the longevity, health and happiness of the person enveloped within it.

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