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  1. Rosacea: Your Self-Help Guide by M.S., N.D. Arlen Brownstein, C.N. Donna Shoemaker, 2001-01-30
  2. Rosacea Diet: A Simple Method to Control Rosacea by Brady Barrows, 2002-05-31
  3. Rosacea: Diagnosis and Management by Frank Powell, 2008-12-22
  4. Beating Rosacea: Vascular, Ocular & Acne Forms by Geoffrey Nase, 2001-01-10
  5. Pathogenesis and Treatment of Acne and Rosacea
  6. Rosacea 101: Includes the Rosacea Diet by Brady Barrows, 2007-10-11
  7. The Rosacea Handbook: A Self-Help Guide by Ann-Marie Lindstrom, 2000-06
  8. Rosacea - A Medical Dictionary, Bibliography, and Annotated Research Guide to Internet References by ICON Health Publications, 2004-01-28
  9. Timeless Herbs for Timeless Beauty: Classical and Secret Chinese Herbal Recipes for Cold Sores, Rosacea, and Red Nose Syndrome (Journal of Chinese Herbal Medicine and Acupuncture)
  10. The Official Patient's Sourcebook on Acne Rosacea: A Revised and Updated Directory for the Internet Age
  11. Journal of the Rosacea Research & Development Institute: Volume 1 Number 1, 2010 by PhD Joanne Whitehead, Brady Barrows, 2010-03-11
  12. ACNE and ROSACEA by G. Plewig, A.M. Kligman, 2000-08-15
  13. Low-dose doxycycline emerges for acne, rosacea. (Off-Label Studies).: An article from: Internal Medicine News by Damian McNamara, 2003-04-01
  14. Mémoire sur l'organisation et le développement de la comatule de la Méditerranée (Antedon rosacea, Linck) (French Edition) by Edmond Perrier, 2010-05-14

1. Rosacea :- Current Information On Research And Treatment From About-Rosacea.Com
Offers information about rosacea symptoms, treatment, lifestyle triggers research studies and links to other resources.

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Although Rosacea may affect the lives of as many as 13 million Americans and perhaps 2 million Canadians, the general public is largely ignorant of its existence. Rosacea is a chronic condition whose cause and cure is still unknown and, despite the fact that it is usually not a medically serious complaint, the affects of Rosacea on an individuals self-esteem can be very great. Purpose of this Site This site has been designed to provide an easy-to-understand guide to Rosacea including a comprehensive source of information regarding symptoms, treatment and current research. If this is your first visit you may find it worthwhile to start your visit with the overview page and follow whatever links are of interest. Comments / Questions ?

2. TMR - Rosacea
More Americans Now Enter Danger Years For rosacea now entering the most dangerous years for developing rosacea, the number of adults suffering from this embarrassing and
More Americans Now Enter Danger Years For Rosacea Mary Erhard With the 77 million baby boomers born between 1946 and 1964 (nearly one in three Americans) now entering the most dangerous years for developing rosacea, the number of adults suffering from this embarrassing and potentially disfiguring disorder of the facial skin is expected to increase in the years ahead. According to a recent National Rosacea Society survey of more than 2,000 rosacea sufferers, 44 percent reported that their symptoms had first appeared in their 30s and 40s, and 43 percent first experienced rosacea after age 50. Now that the oldest members of the baby boom generation are turning 50 and the youngest are 32, they have fully reached the prime years for developing this conspicuous condition that today affects an estimated one in 20 Americans. "While the incidence of rosacea appears to be rising sharply as more people enter the most susceptible age, many mistakenly think it's just a complexion problem that will go away by itself but in fact it usually keeps growing worse if left unchecked," said Dr. Joseph Bikowski, assistant clinical professor of dermatology at the University of Pittsburgh. "Of greatest concern is that only a small percentage of rosacea sufferers realize that medical help is available from dermatologists to halt its progression and reverse its symptoms." According to a Gallup survey, only 27 percent of Americans had heard of rosacea. Because of its alarming, acne-like effect on personal appearance, however, it can cause devastating psychological and social problems in addition to its physical effects.

3. Rosacea
Intro to rosacea, produced by the American Association of Dermatology.Category Health Conditions and Diseases Skin Disorders rosacea...... It can become worse without treatment. How to Recognize rosacea. Earlysymptoms of rosacea. Pimples Who Is At Risk for rosacea? Those
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Rosacea Rosacea, (rose-AY-sha) is a common skin disease that causes redness and swelling on the face. Often referred to as "adult acne," rosacea may begin as a tendency to flush or blush easily, and progress to persistent redness in the center of the face that may gradually involve the cheeks, forehead, chin, and nose. It also may involve the ears, chest and back. As the disease progresses, small blood vessels and tiny pimples begin to appear on and around the reddened area; however, unlike acne, there are no blackheads. When it first develops, rosacea may come and go on its own. When the skin doesn't return to its normal color and when other symptoms, such as pimples and enlarged blood vessels, become visible, it's best to seek advice from a dermatologist. The condition rarely reverses itself and may last for years. It can become worse without treatment.
How to Recognize Rosacea
Early symptoms of Rosacea Pimples of rosacea appear on the face as small, red bumps, some of which may contain pus.

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14 Million Americans Have Rosacea
And Most of Them Don't Know It Rosacea cannot be cured, but it can be controlled. Click here to learn more about this conspicuous condition. Rosacea (pronounced roh-ZAY-sha) is a common but little-known disorder of the facial skin that affects an estimated 14 million Americans and most of them don't know it. In fact, while rosacea is becoming increasingly widespread as the populous baby boom generation enters the most susceptible ages, a Gallup survey found that 78 percent of Americans have no knowledge of this disease, including how to recognize it and what to do about it. Because of its red-faced, acne-like effects on personal appearance, however, it can cause significant psychological, social and occupational problems if left untreated. In recent surveys by the National Rosacea Society, nearly 70 percent of rosacea patients said this condition had lowered their self-confidence and self-esteem, and 41 percent reported it had caused them to avoid public contact or cancel social engagements. Among rosacea patients with severe symptoms, nearly 70 percent said the disorder had adversely affected their professional interactions, and nearly 30 percent said they had even missed work because of their condition. While the cause of rosacea is unknown and there is no cure, today medical help is available that can control the signs and symptoms of this potentially life-disruptive disorder. Any one of the following warning signs is a signal to see a dermatologist or other knowledgeable physician for diagnosis and appropriate treatment before the signs and symptoms become increasingly severe:

5. Acne Rosacea Chapter
An excellent detailed medical description of the symptoms, treatment and outcome of rosacea. Page is titled Acne rosacea Chapter as in a chapter from a book.
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Acne Rosacea
Marian S. Macsai, Mark J. Mannis, and Arthur C. Huntley
DISEASE ENTITY Acne rosacea is a chronic acneiform disorder affecting both the skin and the eye. It is a syndrome of undetermined etiology characterized by both vascular and papulopustular components involving the face and occasionally the neck and upper trunk. Clinical findings are usually limited to the sun exposed areas of the face and chest and include mid facial erythema, telangiectasias, papules and pustules, and sebaceous gland hypertrophy. Rosacea is characterized by episodic flushing of affected areas, which may be associated with consumption of alcohol, hot drinks, or spicy foods. During inflammatory episodes, affected areas of the skin, primarily the convexities of the face, develop swelling, papules, and pustules. The skin lesions are notable for the absence of comedones, which distinguishes this disorder from acne vulgaris. Rhinophyma is a late finding. Ocular rosacea is a term used to describe the spectrum of eye findings associated with the skin involvement. Ocular involvement may include meibomian gland dysfunction and/or chronic staphylococcal lid disease, recurrent chalazia, chronic conjunctivitis, peripheral corneal neovascularization, marginal corneal infiltrates with or without ulceration, episcleritis and iritis. Occasionally, the ocular manifestations may precede skin involvement, delaying the diagnosis. KEY CLINICAL POINTS Definition
  • Chronic acneiform disease

6. Rhinophyma (acne Rosacea) Nasal Deformity Reconstruction Bermant Plastic Surgery
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7. Rosacea Control For Rosaceans
Clearing house for information on rosacea and the official site for the rosacea Diet.Category Shopping Health Skin Disorders rosacea......rosaceans a commercial clearinghouse of information on rosacea and the OfficialSite for the rosacea Diet. The Bad News is there is no cure for rosacea.
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"...Brady, thank you for helping rosacea sufferers!"
Jennifer Nase, MD - "...I have no problem with you listing my name on your website. I think that your website is one of the best resources that people with rosacea have available to them. I am very happy to have someone to discuss this problem with, and compare notes regarding possible solutions..." Sue Lawton - Click to subscribe to rosaceans Click to subscribe to rosacea-diet-users-support-group "...I was diagnosed with rosacea today. Looking back, I have had this for a very long time. I was relieved to finally have an explanation, but understandably upset and weary of the future. I am in outside sales for one of the nation's largest medical providers. I have to be in front of many different clients daily. I was literally 'freaking out' about how this was going to affect my day-to-day-lifestyle, and ultimately my job. After reading the incredible facts and suggestions on your website, I am ready to deal with this condition head on! I can handle this! Thank you for your factual info, as well as your optimistic outlook, and health tips! Your efforts are greatly apprciated by me, and many others I'm sure. Best wishes.....Sincerely,"

8. Rosacea Support Group: The Premier Internet Rosacea Forum
Your portal for information on rosacea, find information about the disease, treatments, reach thousands Category Health Conditions and Diseases Skin Disorders rosacea......Your portal for information on rosacea. 3 New rosacea web sites In therecent weeks 3 new worthwhile rosacea web sites have been launched.
Highlights Aus Group Email Links ... Treatments 2 New Book Reviews:
I have reviewed 2 recent books on rosacea. The first is Rosacea, Your Self-Help Guide and the second The Official Patient's Sourcebook on Acne Rosacea 3 New Rosacea web sites:
In the recent weeks 3 new worthwhile rosacea web sites have been launched. Checkout the Rosacea InfoCentre Rosacea Clinical Trials and The International Rosacea Foundation Cutanix Web Site Launched:
Cutanix has launched their new look web site . Many in the group have tried and liked their Dramatic Relief Lotion . Also, there has been a section added to the list highlights Rosacea Classifications:
A panel of Rosacea experts has released what they have called a standard classification of Rosacea. Their high level paper was published in the Journal of American Dermatology, April 2002. You can find a summary online at The National Rosacea Society's Standard classification of rosacea Treatment Report Page:
Thanks to Andrew Reid, we now have a page where you can leave comments about your

9. ROSACEA-LTD III Guaranteed Success In Limiting Rosacea
A unique treatment targetted especially for rosacea sufferers.Category Shopping Health Skin Disorders rosacea......rosaceaLtd III is specifically designed for rosacea, facial redness(erythema),dilated facial vessels (telangectasia), rosacea-related papules and pustules

10. Rosacea And Its Treatment
What is rosacea? rosacea (say "roseay-shah") is a disease that affects the skin on the face.
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Rosacea and Its Treatment What is rosacea?
Rosacea (say "rose-ay-shah") is a disease that affects the skin on the face. It often begins as redness that looks like a blush across the nose, cheeks, chin or forehead. As time goes on, red pimples and pus-filled bumps may appear. Some people also notice small blood vessels across their nose and cheeks. In some people, the skin of the nose may become red and thick. This is called rhinophyma (say "rye-no-fie-muh"). Rosacea can also affect the eyes. It may irritate and inflame the eyelids and the white part of the eye. This is called conjunctivitis. What causes rosacea and who gets it? No one knows the cause of rosacea. There may not be just one cause. Rosacea tends to run in fair-skinned families and tends to occur in people who blush easily. Symptoms usually begin in adults between the ages of 30 and 50. Women are more likely to get rosacea on the cheeks and chin, but men are more likely to get rhinophyma. Rosacea tends to be more severe in men. Can rosacea be cured?

The book contains the latest, upto-date information on rosaceawhat causes symptoms, how to get rid of them, and how to protect yourself from serious rosacea problems.

12. MetroGel And Neuropathies
Have you experienced neurological problems or Vitiligo after using MetroGel for rosacea? If so, you might want to hear this authors' story.
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13. Rosacea Awareness Program - Programme De Sensibilisation à La Rosacée

14. Dr. Nase's Guide To Understanding And Treating Rosacea
Dr. Geoffrey Nase is a rosacea sufferer and has successfully stopped the progression of his severe rosacea and has reversed it to the point where he is nearnormal.
DR. NASE'S BACKGROUND AND HIS BATTLE WITH ROSACEA Dr. Geoffrey Nase is a Ph.D. Microvascular Physiologist. He performs biomedical research at a major medical university in the United States. His research is funded by both the American Heart Association and the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to study blood vessels under normal conditions and in human disease. Based on his vascular research, Dr. Nase has published eight major articles in peer- reviewed medical journals. Furthermore, he has recently published two rosacea-related articles: (1) "The Red Face of Rosacea", in a Dermatology Newsletter, and (2) "Skin Rejuvenation for Sun Damage, Aging and Rosacea Using Intense Pulsed Light" , in the prestigious medical textbook, "Lasers in Aesthetic Surgery". Click here for more background information. Dr. Geoffrey Nase is a rosacea sufferer. He has been plagued by severe facial flushing, blushing, swelling, inflammatory papules, skin hyper-reactivity, burning sensations, and rhinophyma (a bulbous enlargement of the nose). Dr. Nase has successfully stopped the progression of his severe rosacea and has reversed it to the point where he is near-normal. He is actively involved in rosacea research and has recently self-published an all-encompassing book on understanding and treating rosacea titled, "Beating Rosacea: Vascular, Ocular and Acne Forms." This book is now available to rosacea sufferers and medical physicians who treat rosacea patients.

15. Follicle Disorders - Rosacea - DermatologyChannel
Dermatology Channel page on rosaceaCategory Health Conditions and Diseases Skin Disorders rosacea......rosacea is a disorder of the follicles and surrounding skin thatoccurs usually in the middle of the face. It involves reddening
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Rosacea is a disorder of the follicles and surrounding skin that usually occurs on the forehead, nose, and chin. It involves reddening, acnelike lesions, and broken blood vessels. Rosacea improves and worsens in unpredictable cycles. The exact cause is unknown. Causes and Risk Factors Although rosacea can appear at any age, it is most prevalent between 30 and 60 years old. It occurs about equally in men and women, although most severe cases usually are seen in men. Rosacea seems to have a genetic component. Individuals whose family members have rosacea, have a higher incidence of the disorder than the general population. Emotional and physical stress, windy conditions, heat, and sun exposure can exacerbate rosacea. Dietary triggers include dairy products, certain spices, hot liquids, and alcohol.

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Published by the National Rosacea Society. Editor: Dr. Lynn Drake, Department of Dermatology, Harvard Medical School. Managing Editor: Suzanne Corr. Winter 2003
  • FEATURE New Research Grants Awarded to Advance Knowledge of Rosacea FEATURE Right Makeup Helps Create Flawless Look FEATURE Patient Survey Finds Daily Double Hits Facial Cleansing Jackpot FEATURE Rosacea Signs May Be Common Beyond the Face : Answers to Readers' Questions TIPS Deciphering Rosacea Terminology READER SURVEY ON ROSACEA DIAGNOSIS SUCCESS STORY She Is Always Cautious with Her Delicate Skin
Rosacea Review is a newsletter published by the National Rosacea Society for people with rosacea. The newsletter covers information pertaining to the disease and its control, including news on research, results of patient surveys, success stories, lifestyle and environmental factors, and tips on managing its signs and symptoms. To receive Rosacea Review by mail, or to change your mailing address, please click on the

17. Rosacea Care - New Line Of Skin Care Products For Highly Sensitive Skins
Skin care products with Willow Herb and Vitamin K, for anyone who has sensitive skin and the need for mild and soothing skin care.
A line of professional skin care products dedicated to those people who have the condition known as rosacea and to anyone who has sensitive skin and the need for mild and soothing skin care.

Rosacea (pronounced rose-ay-shah) is a chronic condition affecting the skin of the face, mostly where people flush. It usually begins with redness on the cheeks, nose, chin or forehead and if left untreated can slowly worsen to include other symptoms. Rosacea can be controlled through medication, and it is important to see a dermatologist at the first suggestion of unusual redness. In Europe, rosacea is often called couperose Anyone with sensitive skin, and most especially rosacea patients, must choose cleansers, moisturizers and other facial products with great care and an understanding of the ingredients, which must be mild and soothing. We believe that the meticulously-selected ingredients in Rosacea Care, developed and processed by one of America's most-respected laboratories, will provide the very best skin care for these special conditions of sensitivity.
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18. Types Of Rosacea, Causes And Treatments
Discusses the various types of rosacea, as well as its causes, some prevention strategies and common Category Health Conditions and Diseases Skin Disorders rosacea......Provides information on rosacea, describing such symptoms as excessive flushingand blushing (telangiectasia), erythema, and conjunctivitis.
Types of Rosacea, Their Causes and Treatments
Information on rosacea, (pronounced roh-ZAY-sha), has often been clouded by popular misconceptions about the skin disorder. It is not, as many people suppose, adult acne, although it is often referred to as acne rosacea . Symptoms are also often misunderstood: a red nose is not evidence of alcoholism or heavy drinking. W.C. Fields' red nose and his struggles with alcohol abuse linked the two problems in popular culture.
This site offers information on rosacea, its symptoms, and how it is treated. Rosacea is a chronic blood vessel disorder that most often develops between the ages of thirty and forty. The disorder affects both men and women (women are marginally more likely to develop it, and men are more likely to develop rhinophyma , the condition that caused Field's red nose). Fair skinned people with blue eyes are most likely to suffer from the disorder, but it can affect anyone.
Rosacea is a disorder of the facial blood vessels. Blood vessels just below the skin dilate and enlarge, causing blotchy redness and excessive flushing.

Types of Rosacea
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19. Postgraduate Medicine: Recognizing Rosacea
Recognizing rosacea Could you be misdiagnosing this common skin disorder?Category Health Conditions and Diseases Skin Disorders rosacea......Recognizing rosacea. Although rosacea is now recognized as a common skindisorder, it has been misunderstood and misdiagnosed for centuries.
Recognizing rosacea
Could you be misdiagnosing this common skin disorder?
Larry Millikan, MD VOL 105 / NO 2 / FEBRUARY 1999 / POSTGRADUATE MEDICINE This page is best viewed with a browser that supports tables Preview : Awareness of rosacea is growing as those making up the largest segment of the population, the baby boomers, reach the age when onset is most prevalent. Patients are often disheartened that there is no cure for the condition, but as Dr Millikan explains, early diagnosis and patient compliance with treatment can greatly minimize symptoms and prevent severe complications. A lthough rosacea is now recognized as a common skin disorder, it has been misunderstood and misdiagnosed for centuries. In the past, rosacea was often mistakenly attributed to alcoholism or acne, and early treatments included blood-letting, application of leeches, and use of topical salves. Rosacea is now recognized as a distinct medical condition that requires early diagnosis and appropriate management to minimize patient discomfort and psychological distress. The disease develops gradually. Initially, patients may be unaware of their condition and thus not seek medical attention, thinking the redness, flushing, and occasional papules or pustules of rosacea are simply normal flushing, adult acne, or sunburn. However, early recognition is important because untreated rosacea can lead to disfigurement and potential vision loss (1). There is no specific test for rosacea, but its characteristic appearance, cutaneous distribution, discrete course, typical target population, and response to various therapies make accurate diagnosis possible.

20. EScribe: Rosacea Support: Date Index
An alternative web archive of the rosacea Support Email group. Messages as of 27th March 1999. A more Category Health Conditions and Diseases Skin Disorders rosacea......

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