Long Term Use of Antibiotics for Rosacea

Self-Experimenting Scientist Receives uBiome Grant to Investigate Consequences of Long-Term Antibiotic Use for Skin Conditions uBiome, the leader in microbial genomics, has awarded a scientific grant to Dr. Eon Rios of Stanford University School of Medicine, supporting an investigation into how long-term use of oral antibiotics for skin conditions affects the gut microbiome. San Francisco,…

Rosacea and Sugar Intake – Is there a Connection?

Sugar is the fuel that burns the inflammation in rosacea. Think of the fire triangle: Heat, Fuel, and Oxygen. Sugar is like adding some very combustible fuel to the burning inflammation of rosacea. Reduce the fuel and the fire is reduced. To understand why sugar has a role in rosacea you have to understand the…

The Role of Neuroinflammation in Rosacea

Rosacea is one of the most common chronic inflammatory skin diseases, and although it is frequently diagnosed, its pathophysiology is still poorly understood. Continued research has shed some light on the pathophysiology of rosacea and has brought neuroinflammation and neurogenic inflammation to the forefront as an important factor in the development of the disease. The…