E.L. Hodge

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Every cloud has a silver lining

Written by on April 18, 2010 in in the news with 3 Comments

European rosaceans unable to fly right now might temper their frustration with the thought that the subtle atmospheric changes caused by the eruption of Eyjafjallajökull might just be helping their symptoms. The volcanic stuff being spewed into the air is rich in sulphurous materials. Sulphur, of course, is a well established rosacea topical. Now, you […]

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Face Transplant Recipient gets donor’s Rosacea

Written by on April 10, 2010 in in the news with 9 Comments

As we all well know there are lots of things worse than rosacea. And, it turns out that one of the things worse than rosacea is having half a face. You see, James Maki who last year received a partial face transplant reports that, in spite of now being permanently red faced on account of […]

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Behind the statistics are Real People

Written by on April 2, 2010 in in the news with 6 Comments

A.D. 63.  Rome.  Public speaking is central to political and cultural life: an ordeal for most people; a nightmare for Roman rosaceans. The philosopher, Seneca, offers consolation to Lucilius, who is likely afflicted with ruddiness, flushing and blushing. ‘Certain people have ordinary blood,’ he says, ‘ and others just have an animated, lively sort of […]

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Biochemics Patents Vasoactives to Enhance Laser Treatments

Written by on March 30, 2010 in flushing, laser therapy, patents with 0 Comments

Today we welcome a new writer for Rosacea News – E.L. Hodge. Great to have you and we are all looking forward to hearing more of your thoughts ! How to best optimize laser and IPL treatments has long been debated. Should the rosacean deliberately engineer a flush prior to treatment? Should anti-inflammatories or anti-hypertensives […]

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