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Recent Rosacea Blog Posts

In November 2006 I blogged about taking part in some research at Murdoch University investigating the relationship between stress and the flushing of rosacea. Recently the researcher, Daphne Su, has thanked the trial participants by circulating a summary document. The research has been written up as a thesis so this summary was a short description […]

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What a terribly sad story. Rosacea can be an all consuming disease and there is definitely a danger in becoming obsessed with your skin. The struggle to look normal can be too much for some. Please everyone realize that other people really aren’t as interested or worried about your skin as you are. If you […]

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No real surprises here – this study finding that ocular rosacea affects sufferers’ quality of life. Quality of life impact of ocular rosacea, Tanya Dannemann, Medical College of Georgia, Augusta, GA, United States; Kimberly Nicholson, Emory University, Atlanta, GA, United States; Justin Estaris, Emory University, Atlanta, GA, United States; Suephy Chen, MD, MS, Emory University, […]

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Daphne Su, a Doctor of Psychology Candidate at Murdoch University is looking for people to help her with some reasearch into the affects of stress and anxiety on rosacea. Her supervisor is Dr. Peter Drummond who is known to us as being a member of the new defunct RRF Medical Advisory Committee. We have quoted […]

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Last month I highlighted a recent publication Correlates of health-related quality of life in women with severe facial blemishes under the title of `rosacea can make sufferers life miserable‘. The paper has since been picked up by the Ohio State University news service where the author has added some high level comments. Science Daily: Corrective […]

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