Rosacea on TV: Subtypes Explained

Posted: 06/10/2015

As part of the mission of the National Rosacea Society (NRS) to increase awareness, rosacea has been featured on television countless times over the years on local and national news programs as well as entertainment shows.

In this recent news segment, Dr. Annabelle Garcia from Sonterra Dermatology in San Antonio provides information with graphics on the signs and symptoms of rosacea, the various subtypes, treatment options and common triggers such as spicy foods and sun exposure.

Click on the video below to watch more, and if you have not sought medical help for rosacea, visit a dermatologist in your area to begin the path towards its successful control.

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