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More Than Just a Red Face: Seven Signs of Rosacea

More Than Just a Red Face: Seven Signs of Rosacea

Sixteen million Americans suffer from rosacea, yet we know very little about this condition that is frequently mistaken for acne or an allergic reaction. Experts are unsure as to what exactly causes rosacea but suspect that certain environmental and hereditary conditions may play a part. While rosacea is more common in women than men, men […]

How to Winterize Your Skincare Routine

How to Winterize Your Skincare Routine

You may not be ready to admit it, but colder and dryer weather is just around the corner. So we want to know, is preparing your skin on your winter checklist? You may be thinking about pulling out extra blankets or swapping tank tops for sweaters, but what does your skin need to handle the […]

Is College Bad for Your Skin?

Is College Bad for Your Skin?

As you prepare to move away from home, you may be worried about things like buying books, meeting a new roommate or who you’ll know in your classes. What most people fail to think about are the conditions you’ll face in college that can be harmful to your skin. Take a minute to browse through […]

Dear DOC, Will Junk Food Affect My Skin?

Dear DOC, Will Junk Food Affect My Skin?

It’s a question we hear a lot. Does my diet really affect my skin? YES! So on National Junk Food Day, we’ll dive deeper into what specific types of food will do to your skin. 1. Salt/Sodium The American Heart Association recommends eating no more than 1,500 milligrams of sodium per day. According to their […]

Should Rosacea Patients Worry About Alzheimer’s Risk?

Should Rosacea Patients Worry About Alzheimer’s Risk?

The recent publishing of a Danish study is making headlines and social media waves: National health registry data on over 5.6 million Danish residents that were analyzed from 1997-2012 revealed there is a higher rate of dementia among those who were diagnosed with rosacea. The presence of dementia was 7% higher in those who have rosacea and the presence […]

Tax Season Could be Wreaking Havoc on Your Skin

Tax Season Could be Wreaking Havoc on Your Skin

April – the start of spring. A month of showers to bring May flowers. But, did you know April is also Stress Awareness Month? Unfortunately, when many people think of April, their first thought is “taxes.” Could this be why Google searches for “depression,” “anxiety,” “pain,” “stress” and “fatigue” peak in April? Either way, we […]

Seeing Red? Why Ongoing Dermatology Care is Essential to Managing Rosacea

Seeing Red? Why Ongoing Dermatology Care is Essential to Managing Rosacea

To describe the skin condition rosacea as “rosy cheeks” is likely minimizing the affliction for many. April is rosacea awareness month so let’s take a closer look at this chronic and unfortunately incurable dermatologic ailment and its array of treatment options. According to the National Rosacea Society website, about 16 million Americans have some degree […]

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