The end of summer means back to school for many across the country. Start the school year off right with a mini refresher course on Rosacea 101.
Getting the medication intended by your doctor can be challenging in today's increasingly complex health care system. Learn more about the ins and outs of prescription insurance coverage.
From spring’s blooming flowers to autumn’s falling leaves, the change in weather can also bring challenges to rosacea patients, according to a new National Rosacea Society patient survey.
One patient's visit to the doctor's office with her son led to a rosacea diagnosis and a prescription for therapy that started her journey to relief.
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