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Dr. Oz: Pineapple + Cottage Cheese, Get Bromelain from your fridge

Are you searching for a natural therapy to quickly relieve your symptoms? Would you be willing to try freshly crushed pineapple and cottage cheese on your face? Give the wild and whacky rosacea treatments that emerge from time to time, pineapple and cheese doesn’t sound too bad ! Ellen Marmur, MD has an article today […]

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Some quick links to items from around the web. 1. Internet Searching leads to greater anxiety for melanoma sufferers Of course everyone is now using the internet to read up on everything health related. You may be headed for some unnecessary anxiety though, so be careful. Internet Use and Anxiety in People with Melanoma and […]

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Placebos Get Better Over Time: The Weird World of Placebos

More from the weird and wonderful world of clinical trials and the mysterious Placebo Effect. We know that somehow even dummy pills can kick-start the body’s recovery engine. This latest article from WIRED tells us that drug developers are noticing that over time that the placebo effect is increasing. Drugs that once clearly outperformed placebo […]

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The Daily Mail has another of its semi-regular stories on Rosacea today. This time the article highlights the use of low dose accutane to treat hyper keratinisation, slow down sebum production, and also serve as an anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial agent. Why the misery of ‘adult acne’ could be caused by blushing By LAURA TENNANT Last […]

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Visualising Evidence for Oral Supplements: Snake Oil All Round

Below is a wonderfully rich graphic that tries to help visualise the available evidence for the efficacy of dozens of oral supplements. The aim of the creators is to visualise tangible health benefits when taken orally by an adult with a healthy diet. Only human, randomised placebo-controlled trials were used to create this graphic. Information […]

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