Archive for April, 2010

Recent Rosacea Blog Posts

The St. Louis-Dispatch has an article today exploring the link between the overgrowth of small intestinal bacteria and rosacea symptoms for some rosacea sufferers. New way to treat skin disorder By Cynthia Billhartz Gregorian, ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH, 04/29/2010 … Weinstock is not a dermatologist. He’s a founding partner of Specialists in Gastroenterology in Creve Coeur. […]

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This paper is one more small achievement using statistics to try to build a picture of how demodex mites might be involved with rosacea symptoms. We have learnt from recent research that rosacea sufferers are sensitive to 2 particular types of bacteria that have been isolated in demodex mites. This study further establishes that a […]

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Light Masque: a LED array from the future

The Daily Mail has a recent article looking at a futuristic LED array that wraps around your whole face. Along with a brief review of the device, the author finds it hard to wrap their mind around the claimed benefits of red light therapy. The `futuristic fencing mask’ delivers multiple doses of red and near-infrared […]

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NHS should stop funding Homeopathy: MPs

A recent submission to the House of Commons Science and Technology Committee has said that using public money on the highly-diluted remedies of homeopathy could not be justified. The cross-party group said there was no evidence beyond a placebo effect, when a patient gets better because of their belief that the treatment works. I was […]

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The National Rosacea Society has announced a new round of grant funding. Three new studies have been given a grant as well as continuing the ongoing research of 3 studies. Research Grants Awarded Thursday, April 22, 2010 The National Rosacea Society (NRS) has awarded funding to three new studies and continues to fund three ongoing […]

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