Acne


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Acne

A slang term for a break-out.
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Fore Pharma announced the results of its Acne patient population study in a new report Global Acne Epidemiology and Patient Flow Analysis - 2012'.
And the particular actions of androgens that are the root cause of acne are the effect they have on the sebaceous, or grease glands, in the skin.
Several studies have looked at the glycemic load, insulin sensitivity, and hormonal mediators correlating to acne (Am.
Acne influences quality of life, including social withdrawal, anxiety, and depression, making treatment essential.
Professor Bill Cunliffe, the dermatologist at Leeds General Infirmary who led the study, said: "The psychological effects of acne can be devastating.
And Acne Awareness Week, which starts today, aims to stamp out some of the myths surrounding the often restricting illness.
Rising awareness levels of acne and related treatment products are positively influencing the sales of acne products.
It is well know that acne is a disease of teens but this is not 100 percent true.
Acne is a common skin condition that causes spots to develop on the skin, usually on the face, back and chest.
MAUI, HAWAII--The relationship between diet and acne risk has grown more intriguing as a consequence of an Italian study linking milk to an increased risk, while fish had a protective effect.
Washington, March 1 ( ANI ): Acne affects many people at some point in their lives, yet scientists know little about what causes the disorder and have made limited progress in developing new strategies for treating it.