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Posted: 05/29/2014

While facial redness, bumps or pimples may be the most common signs of rosacea, what you can’t see may be just as debilitating -- and important to discuss with your physician.

Posted: 05/20/2014

While most people are not intentionally cruel, sometimes they say things without thinking. Use these tips to deflect hurtful comments.

Posted: 05/12/2014

The physical mechanisms behind facial flushing, the lifestyles of Demodex mites and proper skin care were all hot topics at this year's AAD annual meeting.

Posted: 05/05/2014

One patient from Oregon found relief from her rosacea with a simple change in her skin-care routine.

Posted: 04/25/2014

Lupus erythematosus and rosacea share several signs and symptoms, but new research shows that current tests may not be as indicative as once believed in telling them apart.

Posted: 04/23/2014

New Survey finds People with Rosacea are more likely to be Judged Negatively upon First Impression than People with Clear Skin

Posted: 04/21/2014

Saying "I wish" is likely far too common among rosacea sufferers. But that doesn't have to be the case.

Posted: 04/10/2014

The National Rosacea Society has launched a new section on its website to collect and offer tips from patients and doctors that might help sufferers with their individual conditions.

Posted: 04/07/2014

Many people are misinformed or misguided as to what rosacea is. During Rosacea Awareness Month, the following answers to frequently asked questions may help you provide education and correct the many misconceptions about this disorder.

Posted: 04/01/2014

Rosacea’s appearance can cover the spectrum from a perpetual rosy glow to an angry red mask, but the emotional pain it inflicts varies little among patients. The NRS has designated April as Rosacea Awareness Month  to alert the public to the early warning signs of this conspicuous, red-faced disorder.

Posted: 03/25/2014

Good Morning America

In this vintage video, Dr. Doris Day talks about the ins and outs of rosacea, as well as medical tips and treatment options for successfully managing the condition.

Posted: 03/17/2014

Just when the seasonal triggers of severe weather are lifting, spring is here to deliver its own host of triggers for rosacea flare-ups.

 
Posted: 03/10/2014

The latest issue of Rosacea Review is now online, featuring a look into ocular rosacea during the winter, a new study on Demodex mites and a patient success story from a dietitian in Arizona.

Posted: 02/24/2014

Michelle Dudash was diagnosed with rosacea less than a year ago, yet she is brimming with advice for her fellow rosacea sufferers.

Posted: 02/18/2014

A new survey conducted by the National Rosacea Society finds that prescription medication is currently a covered expense for most rosacea patients. 

Posted: 02/10/2014

A new National Rosacea Society-funded study has determined that mast cells may be the "missing link" between rosacea triggers and inflammation.

Posted: 02/03/2014

Though medical knowledge about ocular rosacea continues to increase, many rosacea patients may fail to recognize their eye symptoms may be related to this disorder.

Posted: 01/27/2014

Many myths surround rosacea, yet continued education and awareness are helping to dispel many common misconceptions about this conspicuous disease.

Posted: 01/20/2014

An overview of early illustrations of rosacea shows how far medicine has come in its recognition of the disorder and highlights how important visual cues are to its diagnosis.

Posted: 01/13/2014

Is exercise a part of your New Year's resolution? Review these tips for preventing a flare-up.

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The National Rosacea Society is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization whose mission is to improve the lives of people with rosacea by raising awareness, providing public health information and supporting medical research on this widespread but little-known disorder. The information the Society provides should not be considered medical advice, nor is it intended to replace

consultation with a qualified physician. The Society does not evaluate, endorse or recommend any particular medications, products, equipment or treatments. Rosacea may vary substantially from one patient to another, and treatment must be tailored by a physician for each individual case. For more information, visit About Us.