April has been designated as Rosacea Awareness Month to educate the public on this often life-disruptive condition now affecting more than 16 million Americans – and most of them don’t know it.
Join the National Rosacea Society this April in sharing information and busting myths about this disease.
While rosacea may make some patients want to tear their proverbial hair out, a recent small study discovered a potential association between the disorder and a form of progressive hair loss in women.
Physicians at the American Academy of Dermatology annual meeting recently discussed new research on rosacea and its treatment.
A new study suggests a further understanding of the disease process of rosacea in which both the innate immune system and the acquired immune system may play a role in the development of inflammation.
“I think whoever gives a talk in 20 years about his or her 50 years of experience will have a lot more to say about specific treatments for rosacea.”
Signs of rosacea were preserved hundreds of years ago in a carved and painted detail of one of the world’s most famous altars.
Dating can be tricky, but dating with rosacea can be a minefield! Here are some tips.
The NRS has designated April as Rosacea Awareness Month to educate the public on the current understanding of this often life-disruptive condition.
How much do you know about rosacea? Take this quiz to see.
Few people are aware that Andy Warhol reportedly suffered from medical conditions throughout his life, including facial redness that was attributed to rosacea.
A recent study in twins found a significant correlation between severity of rosacea and facial bacteria, potentially providing a basis for future research into what causes rosacea and how to treat it.
A recent National Rosacea Society survey found that most patients see success avoiding flare-ups by altering their diet.
Here are a few tips to help ease the discomfort and potentially avoid symptoms associated with ocular rosacea.
This coming year, resolve to be the next inspiring story to be shared with NRS members!
Here are a few ideas for minimizing the potential for flare-ups this time of year when you want to celebrate and look your best.
A recent study in Finland adds to mounting evidence that rosacea may be related to underlying systemic inflammation.
The coming of winter may pose difficulties for individuals with rosacea due to dry air — not only outdoors, but also indoors because of heating systems.
The latest issue of Rosacea Review is now available online, with details on the 2017 NRS research grants, including studies investigating a range of topics from rosacea’s connection to gastrointestinal diseases to the development of a computer program for the scoring of rosacea redness.
Obesity may be associated with a higher risk of rosacea in women, according to a new study published in the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology.
The National Rosacea Society announced today that a new standard classification and pathophysiology of rosacea has been published in the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology.
A recent study in South Africa attempted to determine the disorder’s prevalence in the darkest skin types and document its signs and symptoms in black patients.
Whether you’re receiving ongoing care for rosacea or seeing a dermatologist for the first time, here are some tips for getting the most out of your visit.
The NRS announced it has awarded funding for three new studies, in addition to continuing support for three ongoing studies.