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Rosacea Society offers update on comorbidities, directions of future research

November 15, 2017

The National Rosacea Society Expert Committee recently wrote an update discussing comorbidities of the disease, along with suggested directions for future research.

A higher prevalence of a number of gastrointestinal diseases have been associated with rosacea, including celiac and Crohn’s disease, irritable bowel syndrome and ulcerative colitis, according to findings from Danish studies. The authors added that mortality risk from gastrointestinal disorders is also elevated in patients with rosacea, as is risk for inflammatory bowel disease. Another study showed that allergies may also be associated with rosacea, as may gastroesophageal reflux disease, metabolic disorders, urinary tract infections, hormone imbalances among women, hyperlipidemia, hypertension and cardiovascular disease.

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Resilience training may improve depressive symptoms in hidradenitis suppurativa

November 13, 2017
Associations between resilience and depression in patients with hidradenitis suppurativa indicated that improving resilience may improve patient quality of life by…
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Clinical remission uncommon for cutaneous disease in dermatomyositis

November 8, 2017
Patients with clinically managed cutaneous dermatomyositis did not often enter remission even after aggressive treatment, according to recent findings. The researchers…
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Obesity parameters may predict incident rosacea risk in women

November 7, 2017
Parameters of obesity, including BMI and waist circumference, were associated with significant increases in rosacea risk, according to recent findings. The study…
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