The Spring 2007 issue of Rosacea Review is now online at rosacea.org. This issue features an article on Rosacea Awareness Month, a report on research examining the effects pulsed dye lasers and intense pulsed light on rosacea (previously mentioned here), survey results on rosacea's emotional toll and the positive effects of medical therapy, and a brief on ocular rosacea and contact lenses.
Also in this issue are tips on coping with the changing seasons, Q&As on whether high blood pressure, anxiety or allergies may trigger flare-ups, a new success story and a new reader survey on doctor-patient communication.
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